- Population: ???
- Biome Type: Freshwater Wetlands
"Old Shucky’ll steal your fun, one-by-one...
Old Shucky’ll break your bones, two-by-two
Old Shucky’ll bend your knees, three-by-three
Old Shucky’ll slam the door, four-by-four
Old Shucky’ll take your lives, five-by-five"
As the site of mystery, legend, and horror stories, Old Shucky tends to inspire terror and fear. The gnarled trees that rise out of the shallow waters only add to the swamp’s mystique. However, in recent time, it has turned into a haven for bubbies that prefer solitude and quiet. After all, if visitors are afraid of what lurks beneath the water, they’re not likely to come by.
The legends that surround Old Shucky focus more on the inhabitants. The place crawls with cryptids. Of course, confirmation of these bubbies is nearly impossible to come by. A small museum boasts hides and paintings of the swamp’s inhabitants. Between the questionable provenance of evidence and the low quality, proof is far from conclusive.