5 Mermaids Caught On Tape & Spotted In Real Life!
Sailors have always told tales of beautiful femme fatales that wait in the ocean, leading men to their deaths. According to legend, many lonely, desperate men have been lured by the beauty of a woman with the bottom half of a fish, dragged down to the depths below where they faced unknown horrors. The ancient Greeks called them sirens, the Japanese call them ningyo, but we call them mermaids. These are 5 mermaids caught on camera and spotted in real life. Let’s begin!
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The Femme Fatale review was written by Kevin Egan: Kevin Egan is the editor and creator of The Umpteenth Times,a humor website that satirizes the world of music and all its colorful players (theumpteenthtimes****). He is also the author of an essay entitled, "Embracing the Darkness," that is included in the recently released book, The Light in Darkness, a collection of stories and essays about the Bruce Springsteen album, Darkness on the Edge of Town. Finally, Kevin is currently working on his own book entitled, Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood: a Critical Guide to the Most Misinterpreted Songs in Rock 'n' Roll, a book that examines popular misconceptions about some of the greatest rock songs ever written. He can be reached by email kevinegan738gmail****.
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