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Biological Specimens DNA of Mythical Creatures Found in London Home: Dragons, Wyverns, Lycanthropes

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edited March 14 in Tug Tavern
In the television series Grimm, set in the Pacific Northwest, Portland detective Nick Burkhardt, descended from a long line of warriors known as Grimms, defends his city from magical creatures known as the Wesen. Creatures like Ziegevolk (goat-men), Blutbads (Werewolves) and Hexenbiests (witches).

As it turns out, Grimm is more fact than fantasy.

In 2006, a trust was set up to analyze and collate a huge number of wooden crates found sealed in the basement of a London townhouse that was due for demolition. Seemingly untouched since the 1940′s, the crates contained over 5000 specimens of flora and fauna, collected, dissected, and preserved by many forgotten scientists, professors and explorers of obscure cultures and species. The collection also housed many artifacts of curious origin, fragments of civilizations that once ruled the earth, of ideas and belief systems perhaps better left in the past.

But the most curious aspect of this discovery was the man responsible for its existence – the enigmatic, mysterious gentlemen that had gathered together a wealth of relics that challenged our understanding of nature; of species that had never been witnessed by the modern world, of objects which defied physical laws,

Lord Thomas Theodore Merrylin

Lord Merrylin was born in 1782 to a rich aristocratic family. His father was a General in the Army, but once retired became enamored with esoteric natural history, investing in profitable companies to fund his travels across the world, seeking out elusive artifacts and hidden species which resided in forgotten continents or darkened places, away from prying human eyes.

Below is a brief video clip of what was found in the London home of Lord Merrylin along with photos of the specimens he collected.

You're probably thinking this is hoax. It's not. Start watching the following video at about 3:45 minutes. Lord Merrylin's mythical beasts are actual 2000 year old biological specimens, and dna was collected from them.

Truth really is stranger than fiction.



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