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Bieberterser and the Ten Headed Ed

A myth submitted to the site by Kayla Eales

Vienna, Italy

Introduction
On the island of Vienna in Italy there was a Myth about a ferocious monster named THE TEN HEADED ED.
This monster was horribly deadly with powers that no other monsters that they knew had.
The Ten headed Ed’s power was that if someone wound him up he could wrap all his ten heads around someone/thing and lift them up into his mouth and eat them in one gulp!
Chapter 1
One morning Bieberterser woke up at 7.00 and was feeling excited for his school trip to the Museum of Myths that day.
Bieberterser got out of bed and got ready for school, he combed his hair, got dressed, ate breakfast and brushed his teeth.
Lastly he pulled together his bags and put his shoes on. He kissed his Mum goodbye and set off on his walk to school.
As Bieberterser was skipping happily to school he heard a sudden crash behind him.
He turned around to see his Mother lying on the floor and his house being destroyed.
He ran to his mum who unfortunately was dead.
Bieberterser ran into his burning house to find the Ten Headed Ed tearing his house down into strips.
Without hesitating Bieberterser ran to his wardrobe to get his powered t’shirt a wizard had given him in town.
This t’ shirt read ‘Boys Rock’ and each time Bieberterser touched a letter it would give him a power beginning with that letter. (B for bomb (ect.))
Bieberterser then charged at the Ten Headed Ed while pressing the B on his T’ shirt and in a second the bomb went off right on the spot of the Ten Headeded.

At last the Monster was gone.
The end



By Kayla Eales
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Name: Maisie 4th February 2013
it was very interesting i really liked it all i want to know now is when it was written so i can resarch the time because i need to write my own myth and this gave me lots of great ideas
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