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Argy-The Little Petrified Girl

A myth submitted to the site by Alexandra And Anel

Cathania, Italy

Years ago, there was a little girl named Argy. She was four years old, with long blond hair and blue eyes. Argy was so pretty and shy so she didn't have any friends. The only thing wchich she played with was her teddy bear. The little girl was living only with her mother in Cathonia, a small town famous with its active volcanoe Etna.

One day Argy went out to play with her teddy bear in the garden as usual, but this time was different. It suddenly got cloudy and Cathania became dangerous. In the air there were poisonous gases. Appearantly, the volcanoe Etna was about to erupt.

Argy's mother noticed what was happening and got worried about their safety. She came out to pick up her little girl and Argy ran straight to her, crying. They were running out of time and the volcanoe started erupting. The smoke that came out from it began to overtake the town. Argy and the mother were not fast enough so that the smoke and the ash covered the little girl, who was strongly hugging the bear and tears were falling from the beautiful eyes, she got. After her the lovely mother with wide opened hands to her daughter. Some time later the town was fully covered with the ash from the volcanoe, Etna.

Since then just in front of the village stand two people, who were petrified by Etna-Argy with her beautiful, but still tearful eyes and her mother standing behind the little girl with face giving out the suffer.

By Alexandra And Anel
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