Sirens, Scylla, and Charybdis
2nd story to the Odyssey
Do not listen to the sirens song!
I order you to untie me!
Come on, Men! We have survived the most evil of monsters! Charybdis is nothing!
I will keep Circe's warning a secret...
ROW, ROW, ROW!
ODYSSEUS, HELP US! PLEASE, WE'RE BEGGING YOU, DO SOMETHING!
As Odysseus and his men sail back home they confront many challenges foretold by the goddess Circe. They must resist the song of the sirens, and avoid Charybdis, the monstrous whirlpool. A six headed monster known as Scylla takes six of Odysseus' best men. The men, powerless to do anything, continue on their journey home.
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