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Panic Attack!!!

A myth submitted to the site by Millie B

Northern Ireland, Ireland

It was a mysterious day when Finn McCool and his miserable wife were sitting in the ruins of their dungeon; which was partially destroyed by an army of warriors. McCool and his wife were not rich because Red Beard, also known as The Giant Benandonna, stole all Finn's valuable treasures.

Finn was desperate to get back at Benandonna more than anything. So that night Finn and his wife sat beside the fire place plotting their revenge. They were clueless for a while until a phenomenal idea suddenly hit them.

It occurred to Finn that he had a stash of magical powder which could unlock absolutely anything. As a bonus it could kill a victim of your choice. His wife was less keen on this idea but before she could interrupt Finn whizzed off to fetch the magic powder. Just as dawn was breaking Finn revealed the magic powder and shot it up into the air like a boomerang!

Astonishingly Finn caught sight of the treasure chest in the distance and saw the lid gradually opening. All the treasures flew into his hands, like a magnet, and he just got a glimpse of the victim, Benandonna, in agony.

His mission was accomplished and Finn and his wife were no longer poor. They felt justice had been done and were elated with this outcome.

By Millie B
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