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The Beast of Stonehenge

A myth submitted to the site by Ben Hull

Alverley, England

Stonehenge is an ancient stone circle belived to be made by stone agers. But there is more to this site than just old stones...

One sunny day in the middle of summer, Jack was about to have his first glimpse of Stonehenge, an ancient site. When his car came to a sudden halt he sprinted out and ran to the hill where Stonehenge was. He stared at a strange carve at the centre of a stone.

He suddenly heard a heavy breathing behind a stone which instantly turned into a grunt. Jack stepped back, but accidently tripped over a stone. Suddenly there was a shadow, which turned into a man with a shaved beard, a scar on his forehead and bald head. Jack was never seen again...

Maybe, just maybe, he might strike again!

By Ben Hull
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