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The Boy In The Attic

A myth submitted to the site by Steven Stack

North America, USA

Once there was a house on the end of the street. People say it's haunted. No one ever goes there since the family died. There was a wife, husband, maid, and boy. They say that they hear screaming and a boy in the attic. One day a brave man went in. 2 days later, his body wasn't found. Only his skeleton was found. The next day a husband and wife went in there and the next day, The husband was found alive. The wife died in her dream. 5 days later, police went in and found a bed with a hole in it. That was where the wife died. One police man got sucked in the hole. Then he died, too.

No one dares others to go spend a night in that house. It has been haunted. Once a girl was in the hallway and the paintings all ate her. Also, the wife and husband that had the little girl also died different ways. Husband died in a bedroom sleeping in a king size monster bed. The wife was going to the bathroom when she was in there, she got sucked in the drain of the bath tub. The boy in the attic is doing all this chaos. Don't go in that house or you will die! 1947 the house was being destroyed. It got destroyed but the little boy was mad. He teleported to the guy controlling the wrecking ball and killed him. He got revenge on everybody who survived the house, too. He killed everybody on that street. Then he got so carried away that he destroyed the whole city!

1979, the little boy was tired of destroying the whole city. Then he realized he got carried away. "Oops." The boy said in a ghostly voice. Then he quickly left to South America. But people from Mexico saw this and went to kill him. Then, he moved to Greenland and had a safe time there. The End.

By Steven Stack
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