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Beast of Midnight

A myth submitted to the site by DickTurpin

Forest, France

The beast of midnight is no laughing matter. He has sharp razor-like teeth with crimson blood stains on the tips. He has a long snout with a black nose, and brown spike fur with jet black spikes from his snout down to his giant brown tail. He has 2 black horns on his head, used to tear flesh from innocent children.

He crunches bones and drinks blood- roaming the forests waiting for the next soul to walk by. Many have tried to conquer the beast- though nobody has succeeded. They call him Zeshapollomus, God of pain.

They sometimes say that he got stabbed in the heart by a man called Peter Alexis Shukoff- a brave knight. Some say he got hung along with Dick Turpin.

Though some also say that the beast still lurks in the forests, and the victims are forgotten. He just waits. He is patient.

By DickTurpin
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