OWL'S HEAD, (40 alt.; Owl's Head Town, 574 pop.), a summer re- sort, lies on the far end of a tree-sheltered cape. Visited by Champlain in 1605, it was then called Bedabedec Point (Ind., cape of the waters). The town was the scene of a bloody encounter in 1755 when Captain Cargyle, famous Indian fighter employing Indian tactics, killed and scalped nine braves, receiving a bounty of 200 pounds sterling each. During the Revolution and the War of 1812, British and American privateers were active in nearby waters. Museum: A fantastic collection of cars and double-wingers: A MUST SEE!