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The Legend of Villainous Robin Hood

A myth submitted to the site by Jess

A small village, Ireland

It was that cold, stormy night when Robin Hood stole our money, our pride and joy. I remember that night like the back of my hand.

I dont know why I didnt lock the safe, Im so silly. I was just putting our boy to bed when I heard a loud CRASH. I thought the cat had knocked over a pot at first. But when I got down stairs a few minuites later there was no money or rings and the window was smashed! After that, I told my husband but he couldnt do anything, the only thing we could do was hope.

The owners of the house through us and the rest of our belongings out a couple of days later. Our life was ruined by that lieing, spiteful,theiving man. We used to have it all but now we are homeless and starving.

Now theres the tale of the REAL "Robbin" Hood.

By Jess
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