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The Boy of Craten Mountain

A myth submitted to the site by Lily

Devon, England

Long, long ago in a village called Tishonbury, two young children, Harriet and Oscar, lived on a farm with there Uncle and Auntie because there mother and father died in a car accident. They all live happily and they are all hard working. Then suddenly the Uncle fell ill and the Auntie could not look after them.

One cold winters morning, there Auntie sent them away to a care home in a dark and disturbing town called Stoneybridge. There were no parks to play in. No farms to grow fresh vegetables in. Oscar and Harriet were terrified because they had never seen anything like it before. One Autumns night Oscar looked out of his dirty old window and thought that the world had gone mad! That very night, Oscar had a dream but to him it was more like a vision. He saw his mother and father and they said follow the stars to Craten Mountain and that is what he did.

Oscar followed the stars until he found Craten Mountain. Three years later after searching high and low for it,he finally found it. Oscar was only 13! Could he survive? This is the question. Since Oscar disappearing to Craten Mountain he was never seen again.

By Lily
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