Now, if your recollection is correct, in all probability, you most certainly have seen "Rivals In Cannibalism"!

If you ever want to see it again, you'll have to get a hold of
the Black DVD, with Hannah the Human in it.

If you were all the way up in the Blue Mountains, you might have seen the surprising debut, which shared the bill with the glamorous
Lytex, Milly and Minnie
as Mela Dolce at Tris Elies in Katoomba
on the 21st of June, 2008.
was the very first Mermaid to sway the Sea.

Perhaps you actually saw it as part of the
Under the Blue Moon Cabaret at the Vanguard in Newtown
on the 2nd of October, 2008
You would have seen The Skellingtons empty buckets of feathers over a very slimy Monsters A Go Go before wrapping her up with Vesper White in a black tarpaulin.

That doesn't sound familiar? Maybe you were in Glebe for
Roz' Shambolic Cabaret at the Roxbury Hotel
on the 27th of February, 2009.
Do you remember seeing The Skellingtons watching the rest of the show from the audience?

If you didn't see it there, you might have had the pleasure while you were hanging out, being seen amongst the colour and flamboyancy of the very exotic
Carnival of Electric Illusions at the Abercrombie Hotel in Chippendale
on the 11th of July, 2009

There is also the chance that you were lounging around in front of the Surgical Sideshow stage, being amazed by three whole episodes, including this one, with a dash or two of the charming Lanie Lane and the death-defying Dangerboy in a very tasty corner of
the Peats Ridge Festival
on the 29th and the 30th December, 2009
There, you would have seen the very adaptable Sha from the Bohemian Love Theatre, take up the role of the Mermaid in her own, inimitable fashion.

You've had quite a few rather large opportunities to see this one.
You aren't likely to confuse something as distinctive as a boat, are you?
Still, the Human Mind is a complicated organ.