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How a Man turned into a Sea Monster.

A myth submitted to the site by Mr.Smartman

Loch Ness, Scotland

Back in 1863, there was once a man in a village near the loch ness. his name is James McDonald. James enjoyed exploring around the Loch Ness. But one night, his friend, Donald Clark came to see James. He was telling him about the Monster. "Humans can turn in those sea monsters, me lad." said Donald. James didn't knew that humans can turn into sea monsters before he knew it.

They both went to the lake and search for the monster. It was not a Loch Ness Monster, it was a different monster, but looks a little bit like a Loch Ness Monster.
"I don't see anything." said James; "There wasn't a monster when I walked around it."
But Donald replied; "Don't be a fool, me lad, the monster will be here any minute." Then they saw a black tail coming across from the dark. James went into the water and try to fight the monster.
"No, me lad!" screamed Donald. But James did not listen and the monster suddenly rised out of the water and nearly ate James. Suddenly, James felt like he was changing, he had turned into a monster. Now James will never be human again; he is now a Sea Monster.

Many Years later, everyone called him the Sea Monster and still knows who he his and who he was. Thats how a man turned into a Monster.

By Mr.Smartman
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