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The Legend of the Missing Ghost

A myth submitted to the site by Luca Kristiansen

Yorkshire, England

Many moons ago there was a church that was abandon because of local people disapiring into the darkness.

Then one cold foggy night people heard strange noises on there drive way people and children were terrified.

Suddenly they heard scratches and skreams then silence, people were saying that it an ancient body from the dead.

One cold night the priest of the church was taking a little walk suddenly he heard noises all around him he looked behind him and saw a ghost.

He tried running but the ghost posest his body and did an evil laugh.

After that the police found him on the road and the police told the people to stay in there homes.

The police set up a fake house.the ghost came to look at the house and BANG! The polkas trapped the ghost in a cage and they returned it to the cemetery and the town was happy.
The end

By Luca Kristiansen
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Name: Hi 2nd March 2013
HiHi
Name: Sagara 25th February 2013
that was quite good but it's a bit short
and ghost can go throgh stuff and the end i could think of a better ending
Name: Theboywholivesacrossthestreet 20th February 2013
a nice story. i like that it has a happy ending
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