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The Boy Called Jack

A myth submitted to the site by Mia Clarke

Birmingham, england

One cold night in Birmingham a boy called Jack was walking in the streets all on his own. Then he looked all around him nobody was there except from him. So he went back home and went to bed.

When Jack woke up in the morning he found a little black cat on his bedroom floor! But it wasn't just any black cat it was a witches!

When he went for his whole day walk he found a witches cloak! Then further on his walk he found a broomstick! Then further on his walk he found...A WITCH!

Jack has never ran so fast in his entire life infact he was near a shop so he went in there to buy a drink. But when he payed for it he saw the womans face peeling of and
underneath there was green small face with a green warty nose it was the WITCH!

The wicth captured Jack and locked him in a cage and one night he starved to death and died! Nobody saw Jack ever again. Everybody thought different thing about what happend to Jack even his parents but you know what really happend to him and if you ever walk near kingshurst because this is a true story and you will know if it will happen to you...

By Mia Clarke
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Name: Ashton 7th August 2012
This myth is the best myth that i have hierd.I give you a 10 out of 10!!!
Name: Rimsha 3rd August 2012
I think your story is quite interesting. I give you 4 out of 5 stars. But is this story really true?
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