Kuchling, Andrew. Detail of Scylla on Strucan ash urn. Photograph.<https://www.flickr.com/photos/akuchling/209441157/...>
Physical Description: Scylla has six heads with long necks, large gray and brown body, each mouth has three rows of sharp teeth, and twelve long legs.
Last Seen: This monster resides in a cave on the Italian side of the Strait of Messina, opposite of another monster, Charybdis.
Crime: The most recent sighting of this monster was when it attacked Odeysus, his ship and crew in the ocean. Many of the seamen were killed.
Relatives: Scylla is believed to have been offspring from the goddess of magic, Hecate.
Caution: Scylla will use her many heads and large body to attack innocent and unsuspecting sailors.
Update: Because Scylla has no weaknesses, it has never been caught or killed.
First Seen: This monster was once believed to be a beautiful woman, but was turned into the terrible monster because Circe was jealous.