|STORY OF SNAKEZILLA
Everyone knows the story of St. Patrick driving all the snakes from Ireland. However, a more interesting story is what happened to one of the snakes that entered the sea.
By luck alone, one of the snakes had the good fortune of capturing a rotting minnow in it's mouth as it entered the ocean. As the snake struggled to stay a float, the gases from the rotting fish increased in it's belly.
Just enough air bubbles were produced from the rotting fish that the snake floated to the surface just as it ran out of air. The sea was unusually in a very calm condition allowing the head to keep just above the water. When the snake awoke some hours later, it's sudden movement sent it under water but again by chance it found itself in a large school of small fish. By nature, it attacked the nearest fish and then struggled for air. They cycle repeated and the snake learned to hunt fish and survive.
The snake became a very skilled predator and began to grow. Some think this is because of it's easy access to protein and the lack of friction that burns more calories. After year's at sea the snake ruled the waters and had grown into a giant.
Captain's logs from around the globe report sightings of a giant sea serpent. All steered clear of the monster; not wanting to risk destruction of their vessles.
Other unrelated reports from archives tell of a giant serpent coming ashore in New England and vanishing into the Canadian wilderness. Explorers of north america's west, also report sightings of a giant snake in the wilderness.
SNAKEZILLA moved west feeding on bear, elk and other large game. Some say it has settled in south seattle...waiting.... When it awakes, there will be a battle. Only a collection of the bravest and strongest will have a chance to quiet the beast.
Alas, only together can we vanquish the beast. It must be vanquished!