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The Devil House

A myth submitted to the site by Steve Mosty

Forcaston, Forcaston

Once upon a time there was a house that wasn’t normal house it was a haunted house!!!!!!!!
It was spooky with very scary traps that can kill people.IT was filled with ghost, deadly zombies, bats and the king of all was the DEVIL!!!!! No one came there for millions and millions of years.

Once there was a brave boy in a village called Forcaston and he wasn’t scared of nothing.
In the village someone was talking about the haunted house and the brave boy heard about the haunted house. But then he said that I will go there and then he got a small boat and sailed to the haunted house.

But next to it there was a spooky pirate ship that was filled with scary skeletons. He jumped so high that he hold on the scary boat and beaten one skeleton and got his sword and then he beaten the entire skeleton’s that where on the pirate ship.

Then he went into the spooky house, the first trap was the zombie he killed it with the sword that he had. The second was the ghosts, it was very easy for him because he got all of them and just shut them in the cupboard. Then it was the DEVILE!!!!!! It was a bit hard but he did it, is now clear!!

Then he went back to the village and everyone clapped and then the king said “You can marry my daughter and my servants will clean the haunted village and every person can live there. You can live in my palace."

By Steve Mosty
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