Life Imitating Black Swan

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Doctors in Kansas this week thought that the swollen mound on seven-month-old baby Mya Whittington's neck was caused by an infection of her lymph nodes. That is, until they pulled a two-inch black feather out of it. They claim that "that the baby swallowed or inhaled the feather, which apparently pierced the inside of her cheek or throat and then, over time, her body forced it out the other way." Sure.