The “Queen of Crows” in the Tower of London has disappeared in mysterious circumstances, according to what the Tower Administration announced, reassuring in return that 7 birds are still living at the site, which is a guarantee to prevent the fall of the “British Kingdom” according to inherited myths.
The “Queen of Crows”, called Merlin, has not been seen for weeks in this historic fortress on the northern bank of the River Thames.
This news raises the concern of the British, as myths have been inherited for generations that if all the crows left the Tower of London, this would lead to the collapse of the British throne and plunge the country into chaos.
According to a royal decree issued by King Charles II in 1630, there must be 6 crows at the site at all times.
The Tower of London, where the British Crown jewelery is stored, issued a statement to reassure the British: “We currently have seven crows here in the tower, meaning one more crow than the required six.”
The Tower of London indicated that Merlena had been the undisputed queen of crows since she joined her companions at the site in 2007.
Although she has walked away several times in the past, Merlena was eventually returning to join the Ravens Bobby, Eren, Jopelli, Rocky, Harris, Gribble and Georgie, as tower keeper Chris Skaife feared that Merlena had died.
Skive said to the BBC: “Merlina has an independent spirit and she left the tower several times, but I am her friend and she used to come back here .. But this time she did not do so, and I fear that she left us forever.”
Source: British media