The Strange Case of Odius H.

The Strange Case of Odius H.

By Dr. Oswaldo Owl, psychiatrist

I, Dr. Oswaldo Owl, am the best psychiatrist in the entire El Yunque forest. I don’t feel this is bragging. It is merely a statement of fact. In the years since I first put out my shingle—in an old palo colorado tree in the El Verde region of the forest—I have seen many creatures. I saw a Puerto Rican parrot that was afraid of heights. I saw a coquí frog that ate his own children. But certainly one of the strangest cases I have had, and one I remember well, was the case of Odius H.