All you gots to do is identify the Mystery Blogger each day. I’ll give you hints when I can. I’ll post the answers and the winner each Monday.
The last winner will receive a signed copy of The Princess of Las Pulgas
1) identifying the most bloggers correctly=2 points.
2) leaving witty comments=1 point or more depending on glibness
3) adding to the information and making it more valuable=2 points
TIES WILL BE BROKEN BY MY CAT. SHE’S FAIR AND IMPARTIAL.UNLESS CATNIP IS INVOLVED, THEN SHE GOES WITH THE BEST SUPPLIER.
|Y is for Yeth Hound|
Mystery Blogger Y’s 2013 theme: “This year will be all things supernatural…. those beings and creatures we all know and love/hate. And, because I’m a glutton for punishment, there’ll be a poem added to each post as well.
“Yeth Hound— one of the incarnations of the “Black Dog” myth, this one located specifically, in Devon, England.
“Black Dogs” appear in myths across the world, most are associated with death and bad omens… i.e. Hell Hounds.
The Yeth Hound is said to be the spirit of an unbaptised child that takes the form of a headless black dog. The Hound wanders the woods at night making pitiful wailing sounds (though, I’m unclear as to how it makes wailing sounds without having a head).
The Black Dogs were possibly one inspiration from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s ghost dog in The Hound of the Baskervilles– “an enormous coal-black hound, but not such a hound as mortal eyes have ever seen.”
HINT: This blogger’s a book seller by day. A book writer by night.
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