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The Living China Doll

A myth submitted to the site by Amelia

Rose hill, U.K

It was a stormy night, and Pandora who was 8 was at home playing with her china doll. Her doll had sea blue eyes, blond curly hair and a red silk dress on. Pandora had forgotten that she was at home by herself.

A few hours later she awoke from her sleep, and heard a sweet voice saying "why don't you love me?" followed by "You'll regret it." Now Pandora wished her parents were home. She curled out of bed and went down stairs.

Next she heard deep footsteps approaching her. "Who's there? What do you want" After that she heard a quit yet deadly voice saying " You you you you, you don't love me." "Now you will pay the price" Pandora was terrified, then she saw a face with rosy red cheeks and sea blue eyes with curly blond hair. It was the china doll!

True story my china doll is alive so now i have this to warn you!

by Amelia fleet aged 10!

By Amelia
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Name: Saniyah 4th June 2013
I love your story it really made me think it was real. I was wondering at the end what did the girl do maybe you can think about that next time you p a great story. Keep posting I really love your story.
Name: Hannah 2nd June 2013
Great story!
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