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Maddison and the Not So Friendly Monkey

A myth submitted to the site by Nellie

Desert, Egypt

Along the desert, on a dark stormy there was a house but not just any house a house which was haunted. The house wasn't haunted with a ghost. Maddison, the girl who lived at the haunted house always believed that her house was haunted with a not so nice monkey. WOW. Was she crazy or not?

One night Maddison went downstairs because such strange sound that came from her living room. She crept. Slowly the sound kept getting louder and louder. She sat in her living room and waited till she heard the noise again. When she heard the noise again she was almost positive that it was the monkey (not a very nice one) that crept up on her day and night. She went back to bed hoping it was all a bad dream.

On no ordinary night Maddison decided she would take no more of this silly monkey. Maddison went downstairs and decided she would try to fight back. In the morning Maddison went to do her shopping and she felt somebody tapping her shoulder but was it a person living or someone like a monkey - Maddison took no more and just went home.

On a very sunny day Maddison looked on the internet and found that and type of ghost hated the sun. After she found that out Maddison had the most brilliant idea that she would go outside on such sunny day and that would melt the monkey and get rid of it.

At last she was free from the evil monkey that bothered all day and everyday. Well no more.
Maddison was free!


By Nellie
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