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The Dracula of Doom

A myth submitted to the site by Ellie Sluyter, Age 8

London, England

100,000,0 years ago, the world was full of goblins and gnomes, faries and imps, leprechauns and trolls living side by side with humans but then, the humans disagreed with The Magical Folk one time too many and The People and The Magical Folk turned against each other. Each side was warned never to see the other. It stayed like that for
exactly 100 years, therefore bringing the curse that each side had cast.

Every 100 years the 1 person from the other race would lose their minds and, as 100 years came closer 2 people began to lose their minds. Those 2 people's names were Ug, the troll, and Joe, the town female drunk. They broke the rules by walking into each others territory and falling in love. They had a son called Dracula, who they both controlled.

But Ug wanted his son for himself. Ug swiftly killed Joe and snatched the boy. To this day, both sides are seperate
with The Magical Folk living underground and us, humans living above ground. Also, Dracula creeps up on on adults who say the noise in the underground is tubes when it actually is The Magical Folk

THE END. Or is it?...

By Ellie Sluyter, Age 8
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