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The Magic Locket

A myth submitted to the site by Georgia Farley

Ancient Greece, Greece

In Ancient Greece there was an angry god called Power Bob and he had a pet called Big Heads. The god was angry because he was lonely, had no friends and no one would talk to him. Power Bob had a poisonous locket which when he opened it, would shoot out poison. It looks normal but it poisons people and kills them. Power Bob hurts people due to his loneliness.

Mattious is angry with the god because the god had been killing people like his friends and he decided to do something about it. Mattious comes up with a cunning plan by taking salt water up to his house to make the god sleep so he could take the locket but one of his dogs knocks over the salt water! And the god wakes up…

Power Bob wakes up when Mattious is taking the locket of the gods neck. When he sees the god waking up the Big Heads come upstairs to follows him home. That night Mattious dresses up as a rich person and went up to the god’s house. He put a sleeping pill in his drink so that night he takes the locket when the god is asleep and gets away with it.

The god invited Mattious over the next night and Mattious is wearing the locket and the god sees the locket. The god unmasked Mattious and Mattious runs away with it. But the god is going to diary because he is not wearing the locket but as long as Mattious is wearing the locket he won’t die.

by Georgia

By Georgia Farley
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