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The pseudonym of a feral child who spent the first 13 years of her life locked inside a bedroom strapped to a potty chair until she was discovered by authorities. She was a victim of one of the most severe cases of social isolation in American history
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MYSELF and close neighbours are subject to feral child hassle to the point where one is forced to live in the rear of the house because of the racket, then there's the trespass and damage in gardens, and endless footballs on cars and windows.
Now the girl - who didn't appear to understand any language and was walking on all fours - has been dubbed a "real life Mowgli" after the feral child from (https://en.
Their story bore a similarity to the film Nell, in which Oscar winner Jodie Foster played a feral child with her own language.
Other creepy sightings in the building include Peter the Wild, a feral child who was taken in by King George I, who has been seen running up the King's staircase.
Based a book by Richard Edwards about a feral child, it is designed for joint performance by schoolchildren and WNO's professional singers and musicians.
For too long we have heard the bleatings of these bleeding hearts - it's time to root out the cancer of the feral child and put a stop to yob culture once and for all.