The Sirens Island was also a myth. It was said that any sailors who were sailing by the Sirens Island would hear the song of the Sirens and they would immediately throw themselves into the sea only to drown. The Sirens would sing a song so attractive and radiant that no one could resist it. The Sirens were sea nymphs with bodies of birds and heads of beautiful women. The Sirens' song had caused many sailors to drown. The only time the Sirens had failed to capture anyone was when Odesues and his men went by the island. They put wax in their ears and tied Odesues to the mast. The Siren's Island has been told as a myth for many years.
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