Let me present you to Kap Dwa, a Patagonian monster with two heads and a height of 3.5 meters. Kap Dwa’s tale is truly incredible and nearly unreal.
The narrative begins in 1673 when Spanish seafarers caught this huge, two-headed behemoth and held it captive until they murdered it while attempting to flee.
Following these occurrences, the narrative gets hazy and inconsistent, although it was allegedly mummified and transported to London in the nineteenth century.
Kap Dwa’s mummified body was discovered in the port of Birnbeck in 1914. They stayed for 45 years when Lord Thomas Howard bought it in 1959.
If you don’t trust me, you should know that Gerber’s collection contains the ruins of Kap Dwa. Gerber’s account about Kap Dwa, on the other hand, is a little different. Kap Dwa, he claims, was discovered dead on the shore.
The species was mummified by Paraguayans, not Patagonians until an Englishman named George Bickle discovered the body and brought it to England. To be more specific, a museum in Blackpool. The body was eventually returned to Baltimore.
Kap Dwa may or may not have existed; in any case, we provided you with some information about it, and it is up to you to decide whether or not to trust it.