Si•ren |ˈsīrən|noun| ORIGIN Middle English (denoting a type of snake): from Old French sirene, from Latin Sirena, from Greek Seirēn.
The enormous white wings of the Siren can appear from the backs of their seemingly human bodies in a heartbeat allowing them to take to the sky. Their ability to breathe underwater permits them to be equally at home in the sea where they’re able to travel at the speed of sound. The seductive Song of the Siren casts a spell so strong no man or woman and certainly no teenager can ever resist it.
And there's one other especially important trait that Sirens all share, but you'll have to wait to find out what it is. All I can tell you now is that it's super spooky. Some say it's a bit sexy. Homer's Odysseus heard the songs of the Sirens but he didn't hear their stories. Sirenstories.