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The Horrible Day when Medusa was Born!

A myth submitted to the site by Desire

birkdale village, canada

It was October 31st 1808 and their lived a very old women named Sarah. The legend has it that every Halloween, the town of Isreal would throw a baby in the bonfire they had. Sadly Sarah decided to bring her baby to the bonfire, not even thinking that she could have her very own baby killed!

So, when it was time (to throw a baby in the fire)/ they told her it was her turn! Very angry as she was, she burst into flames letting out that she was a witch, but the town just snatched her baby, through it in the fire, then started to laugh at her! She got so angry, that she said aloud the worst thing she could think of: A CURSE! "it has come to which thy shall know, that the first child to ever be born again will be the ugliest creature to ever live!" Then all of a sudden, poof! She was gone!

At first the people couldn't believe it but 2 months later, a child was born! She was indeed the ugliest thing ever! Most said she wasn't even human. This little girl had long razer sharp teeth, poisonous snakes for hair, but worst of all she grew with not being able to look anyone in the eye! Other wise they would be turned into stone. it was then, they decided to name her Medusa! People say, she just got ole and ran away off into the woods!

By Desire
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