Medieval knight trapped in tree

EASTHAMPTON — An unidentified knight is being rescued from an old piece of poplar in a Cottage Street Studio.  “We don’t know how he got in there” said 0.001% famous artist T. Reen Fadel who is working on the rescue “but the piece of wood is shaped kind of like a boat so maybe that has to do with anything.”  The knight has a broken nose and is only three feet tall, but according to amateur forensic archaeologist Squilton Howell III “It’s not unusual, people were shorter in the past and almost everyone had a broken nose a thousand years ago.”  Sharp pieces of steel are used to shave the wood away from the living knight within.  “It’s fused to his skin” said Fadel.  “It’s just going to take as long as it takes.”

 

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Squilton Howell III

Squilton Howell III is a professional squirrel and manages all things squirrel for 0.001% famous artist Theo Fadel.