In the short story, "Three Skeleton Key" by George G. Toudouze, three lighthouse keepers realize that a derelict ship covered with thousands of hungry rats is about to crash into their tiny island.
What's wrong with her crew? Are they all drunk or insane? Can't they see us?
A few millimeters of glass, luckily very strong, separated our faces from their gleaming, beady eyes, their sharp claws and teeth.
If that gives way, they can change the name of this place to Six Skeleton Key.
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