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Charles Kriel's Writings

Tales of The Lobster Boy
"Like every ninety-thousandth child, I was born with eight opposing thumbs, two for each of my shortened limbs. I walk on my knees. What I hold, I pinch. I am one who is born not as others. "It was always going to be so. My father, Charles Koontz II, was known as The Lobster Man. Indeed, his father was also an ectrodactyl. "Most cleppies are merely...