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The Lincoln Imp

A myth submitted to the site by Joshua Brown

Lincon Cathedral, England

Its a beautiful day in Lincoln... but all of that is abaot to change. That day a devil sent two Imp's to play. The wind blow the Imp's down a hill and they arrived at Lincoln. When they where bieing bluw down the hill they were spinning and fliping and felt a little bit dizzy when they landed.

Also when they landed they didn't dare go in because of the Minister. Finaly one of the Imps (Jeffrey) found the courage to fly and enter Lincoln Cathedral. The other one (Bob) was still too scared to fly in and enter the Cathedral, so he flew back into the clouds and went home while the Devil was having some peace and quiet.

Jeffrey went in and tripped over the Bishop and knocked out the Dean and laughed. Next he teased the choir and stole thier hymn books and chuked it near a pillar. Jeffery sprung everywhere and was teasing, knocking over and tripping up everybody. Then out of the hymn book an Angel flew out and Jeffrey jumped onto a pillar and started chuking stones at the Angel then they both got turned into stone.

The moral is that good will always trial over evil.

By Joshua Brown
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