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The Cursed Paintings

A myth submitted to the site by Mel

Merthyr Tydfil , United Kingdom

One day when my mother was younger she and her sister found twin paintings of a boy and a girl with a collie dog… my mother’s sister bought them and hung them upon her wall of her house.

She had hung them on the wall next to each other and ever since then things were moved to different places and such… my mother’s sister thought it was the paintings because it didn't happen before she got those paintings.. So she decided to put them in the bin.

The next morning after putting them in the bin they were sitting on her couch when she woke up, both of them next to each other without any damage and she got really scared so she decided to burn them.

She put them in the bin and set them alight but they didn't burn. The fire went out and they didn't even have a scratch. She got even more scared and sold them to teenage boys for a good price. But they were sold separate and they have never been reunited but one thing is people made copies of the paintings and the curse still goes through the copies if both brother and sister are reunited. The copies look somewhat like children crying at a wall with a Jack Russell dog or any breed of dog behind them.

By Mel
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