THE TAILED MEN

by Arthur Friel . from Adventure, February 18, 1921. Brazillian rain forest explorers encounter terrifying animal-men! THOSE are true words, senhor, though spoken in jest. You say that if men were shaped to fit their natures some would find it hard to wear hat and trousers, because they would have horns and tails. I have met men who should have been so marked, and who ought also to have had claws instead of hands and split hoofs instead of feet; for, though their bodies were human, they were fiends at heart. True, in time their malice became known, and at last their own evil deeds caused Continue reading