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The Treasure Of Borun Fortress

A myth submitted to the site by Ibraheem

Winchester , England

Long time ago, legends that there was an ancient treasure in an old castle called Borun Fortress. People kept looking for it but none of them ever succeeded.
Little did they know that the castle was haunted by demons and that the treasure was cast under an evil spell.

One day there was a group of treasure people who wanted to take the treasure.
The treasure hunters knew they weren't going to succeed if they just went into the castle and took the treasure so they looked for clues. They visited one treasure hunters who tried seeking the treasure but didn't succeed. He gave them a map of the castle. The men thanked him and they rode away of their black muscular horses.

They went to the castle and saw a huge brown wooden castle door. They crossed the bridge leading to the castle door and entered the castle. The treasure hunters saw a huge demon he was over 12 feet long, he was crimson red, they grabbed their pistols out of their pocket and kept shooting until the demon disappeared. Finally they got rid of the huge hard demon and they used their map to navigate where the treasure is.

But little did they know that there was another demon guarding the treasure. They found the treasure and grabbed it and walked away in glory suddenly a huge black demon with gigantic red glowing eyes appeared and grabbed the treasure. They tried to pull the treasure but the demon was too strong suddenly the demon disappeared with the treasure. The treasure hunters ran away in horror and the treasure of Borun Fortress was never to be heard of again.

By Ibraheem
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