The Rumptifusel is an old tale told by the lumberjacks of North American woods. It was a long and thin creature that slept with its body wound around the tree trunk. This action would make it look like a fur coat attached to the tree. An unsuspecting lumberjack would pick it up, thinking it was a coat, but instead is speedily devoured by the angry and now awoken monster.

Further reading

"The Rumtifusel " from Fearsome Critters (1939) by Henry H. Tryon

"Rumptifusel" from Paul Bunyan Natural History (1935) by Charles E. Brown

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