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The Mog

A myth submitted to the site by Ellie

Clacton-on-Sea, England

Long, long ago there lived 1 old man and 4 children, they lived at the top of the mount silerous.
At the top was a deep dark hole inside the deep dark hole was a half man half dog called Mog. when the 4 children went hunting for food they had to be as quite as possible so that Mog did not wake, if he was to wake he would eat there human bones...

The children only went hunting once a week because the old man did not want them to wake Mog, the rest of the time the old man went hunting, he thought he was more quite than the children. The old man thought that the Mog had a human torso with a bulldog head and 2 front human arms and 2 back dogs back leg all covered in a dirty brown coloured fur.

But one day when the children went hunting they saw a big spider so they all screamed forgeting about the Mog; out of the blue a mighty howl came from the deep dark hole all of the children froze with fright... then the old man came rushing out of the little cottage but... it was too late thay had been eaten by the Mog. The old man jumped to the hole but he fell down , and down, and down some people have clamed to have seen him tring to climb back up or looking for insects to eat.

By Ellie
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