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By Martin Hayes, R. H. Stewart

The existence and occasions of Britains such a lot notorious son. Occultist, genius, poet, prophet, mountaineer, drug and free-love pioneer, secret agent, student, and all-round undesirable egg. Summoner of demons and loser of pals. A prophet who desired to shop mankind yet ended his days often called “The Wickedest guy within the World.”

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A naked boy! — you!!! ::Sniff-sniff:: Squirrel. ::Sniff-sniff:: Boy. ::Sniff:: Magic! I have found something. So have I! Did you see a squirrel go by here with a sheet? Sheet? What sheet? Um ... that sheet! A squirrel stole it from our clothesline! Squirrel? What squirrel? That squirrel! Do you know that squirrel? No! Of course not. Why would I know that squirrel? That’s just ... silly! Silly? Says the boy wearing a sheet! Where are all your clothes? Gasp! You weren’t attacked by that bear, were you?

I’m a boy. You look even funnier for a boy. I don’t know what happened ... one minute I’m putting on this necklace ... next thing you know, I’m this ... this ... Bigfoot Boy? Yeah ... the necklace! Maybe it made me like this. Maybe it’s ... it’s ... magic? The forest is full of magic. Really? My mom did say this place was cool! So what else can you do? What do you mean? I mean besides grow big and hairy, make a lot of noise and talk to animals? Do I look like a leaf to you up here? I can talk to animals?

Augh. The city kid. Penny! Ruuufus! Penny? Ru ... fus? Waaaaah! Penny! Wait! Ow. Who’s making all the racket? Some of us are nocturnal over here! Sounded like a bear dropped out of a tree ... Penny ...? Penny? Who’s Penny? Um ... a girl? A girl. Is she your girlfriend? No! She doesn’t even like me. Who are you? Where are you? Why? What’s wrong with you? Nothing! What’s wrong with you? Look up. You’re a talking squirrel. ::Yawn:: And let me guess, you’re the tallest kid in your class. I don’t usually look like this.

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