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Tomahawk

A myth submitted to the site by Hunter Pate

Owasso, United States

In Owasso Oklahoma, there is a legend about why we have no storms.

Our city was once an indian reservation and a young warrior once planted his tomahwak in the ground to warn a neighboring tribe that if they passed that line the tomahawk made, there would be war.

Now, that tomahwak prevents nature from declaring war on our town by splitting large storms before they hit us.

By Hunter Pate
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