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The Origins of Golem

A myth submitted to the site by Ethan Hill

Middle Earth, United Kingdom

Once upon time, there were three young men. One was called Josephia. One was called Hertia and the third one was called Grackee. One day they all went out for a long hunting trip, where Grackee found a mysterious cave. Foolishly, Grackee entered that cave where he came across four deadly vampires. He then tried to run but the vampires were faster and they turned Grackee into a vampire without him knowing. When Grackee got back to his brothers, he got back on his horse and then they went back on the road and into the woods.

When they entered the woods got they came across a dead dear who had blood pouring out of its rotting corpse everywhere. Suddenly, Grackee's overwhelming thirst for blood overpowered him and then he sucked all of the blood off the dears corpse. After seeing this, his brothers draw an arrow in their bows and fired them at him. Using his vampire speed, Grackee caught the bows and then he grabbed the arrows then bit into Josephia's and Hertia's necks.

After draining his siblings dry, Grackee came overwhelmed with guilt. Todays later, Grackee was so depressed he ran away to a cave and eventually turned into the creature Golem. While he was the creature Golem, he found a golden ring which he named "his precious".

But every year on the anniversary of his brothers death, Josephia's and Hertia's screams can still be heard in the wood.

By Ethan Hill
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