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Kegasus disappearance rocks Brotherhood of Mythical Creatures

Today, the International Brotherhood of Mythical Creatures (IBOMC) announced that Kegasus, the Lord of the InfieldFest at the Preakness, is officially missing. The last time he was seen was in Shackleford's stall for the Preakness after-party on May 21st, 2011. Two days later, he tweeted (@AllHailKegasus) his plans to travel to the British West Indies with an “unnamed supermodel.”
The news of Kegasus' disappearance has been devastating for the Brotherhood, as he sat on the Executive Board as the social chair. The IBOMC understands the great honor of having a member play the important role of Lord of the InfieldFest at the Preakness, the biggest party in the Mid-Atlantic region.

The IBOMC was established to protect the interests of mythical creatures everywhere and to clearly define each member's role. At the very core of its by-laws, members are forbidden from performing the duties of another member. However, in light of Kegasus' absence, the union has been placed in a precarious position as two of its members have stepped forward in an attempt to assume the title of Lord of the InfieldFest.
The Leprechaun and the Easter Bunny are each using personal assets to launch PR campaigns to make the public aware of their respective platforms. The IBOMC plans to convene an emergency board meeting to review its bylaws concerning the matter.
These two mythological creatures have launched their independent campaigns today, and can be followed by fans on their Facebook pages: &

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