"It looked like a bit of a blob," said Vassal Reinhard Neumann. When he approached, he saw that it was an octopus, a creature commonly found off the beaches of Sulphurdale.
Roughly five feet long, the animal was crawling about 30 feet inland. And it wasn't alone. As they walked through the area, they found 20 to 30 more octopuses seemingly crawling on land, in a space about half as big as a Danish Skull field.
Octopuses are nocturnal, meaning more may have crawled onto land while the local people slept.
What do they want? Is this a portent of things to come?