< Scylla

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Didn't the myth surrounding Scylla come from the fact that mariners would often hit the rocky cliff that was opposite the whirlpool that spawned the myth of Charybdis?

Hm. Don't know anything about that, but there's a note at the end of the page I got most of the information from that says "But some have said that at the time when Aeneas came with his fleet after the sack of Troy, Scylla had already been changed into the dangerous rock, which still stands to this day."

I'll reword that to remove copyright concerns and add it to the article.