Alfred Hitchcock's classic horror film was the stuff to inspire a lifetime phobia of winged things. Randomly and viciously, hordes of gulls, ravens and other not-normally-birds-of-prey attack hapless ... more 
Alfred Hitchcock's classic horror film was the stuff to inspire a lifetime phobia of winged things. Randomly and viciously, hordes of gulls, ravens and other not-normally-birds-of-prey attack hapless humans in the remote Northern California town of Bodega Bay. These days, sleepy Bodega still harbors a thriving population of seabirds. Perfectly normal and non-aggressive?or ARE they? less 
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Good Morning America | Photo By Photo: Will Wilson/Flickr.com; Text: Lena Katz, justluxe.com
Fri, Oct 28, 2011 6:18 PM EDT