Dingleshire quills are rare and unique feathers that are found in the deep hills of Strumpshaw, England. The first one of its
kind was found in 1592 by a local resident named Marcus Higgenberry. The rareness of this feather is due a bird that
migrates to Strumpshaw once every 100 years. After its migration period, it leaves one quill behind to shed a new one in
return for its next visit. The species that the bird originates from is unknown to the public and its nesting location is
The Dingleshire quills are lavender in color with spotted pink dots. They are 5 inches in length and 3 inches in width.
The weight of these are 55 ounces. They have a distinguishable tip that curls to the left with the end being pointed. They are
found near the rocks located in the hills of Strumpshaw. The rocks have green molds on them. Those who have found them
have used the pathway, towards the right of Baney’s farm, to locate the Dingleshire quills. Since these quills are rare, people
believe that they contain magical powers. People who have retrieved these quills have stated and recorded that these quills
contain three different powers. The powers are time traveling, invisibility, and healing. A person is unable to use all three
powers at once. To use these quills properly, one has to be in a quiet place in the hills. A person needs to be opposite of the
hills and be against the sunlight.