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A Mermaid and a Magic Comb

Cury, Cornwall, England (map) Dated: 1700 - 1800
Have you ever walked along the beach and wondered where the items washed up by the tide come from? Well, one elderly man in Cornwall, many years ago, found something very strange indeed and it changed his life.
By Diane Earl

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Name: Daniel 29th April 2016
good story
Name: Leha 27th April 2016
I think that it had a good story but I think it should have more details. and your welcome for the feedback
Name: Clover 27th April 2016
There is a story similar to this, I cannot remember the name but a little girl finds a mermaid comb and keeps it, she later finds the mermaid and asks her why she is sad. The mermaid explained that she had lost her silver comb and could not find it. The little girl returns the comb and the mermaid grants her a wish. It's sorta similar but not the exact same
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