& just what is the Coppe-Snippen?
See below, an excerpt from Dr. Xavier Webb’s 1879 encyclopedic , MONSTRE & MYTHOS, on this lesser known, but potentially hugely significant, creature-character, whose origins and actual, natural background and existence have come into new question.
More on this, coming soon:
From an internal memo, source withheld:
“I am honored to share with you this report, which includes the first, semi-publicly shared transcription of a first-person re-telling of the legend of the Coppe-Snippen, a lesser-known, mythical woodland monster, possessing the head of a man and the body of a furred spider [Webb’s Monstre & Mythos, 1879, p.126].”