Martin Twinch found this organism attatched to his spinal column after a long night of drinking in 1934.  The insect was dead when Martin discovered it,  killed by the cheap alcohol in Martin's system. Martin died of the wounds the creature inflicted two weeks later, but not before leaving a cryptic message. "Tell the world, that the secret to life is..." was Martin's last words.

It's corrolation to the creature was never discovered. The Insectoid was examined by experts and those claiming to be experts over the years that followed. In the end, the orgianism was deemed unclassifable. The Museum was able to purchase the creature for a poultry sum and had it on display it in the Organism wing, until the museum closure.
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