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The Senlac Snake

A myth submitted to the site by Talia Sandy

Lee, London, UK

There once was a road called Senlac Road and there was a snake that would go up and down the road 5 times each day. He would go at 7am, 10am, 1pm, 4pm and 6pm. Everyone would screech and just run away when they see him. None knows if he is nice or if he is nasty because he never talks.

One day a woman walked by him and screeched and started jumping up and down but didn't run away. Then the Senlac Snake started crawling up her legs and hissing at her, ssssssssss ssssssssssssss but the woman just continued to jump up and down on the spot. She kept screeching even louder every time he hissed and moved in the end she screeched so loud that she made everyone open there front doors.

Soon there was a crowd around her. One man said "Calm down he won't harm you he is always coming up and down the road". The snake then weirdly said "What are you looking at?" in a very high pitched voice. Everyone took little step back and was biting their fingers. Everyone was very scared and confused, they wondered how can a normal snake can just suddenly start talking. He then said "Go away!". Then everyone just rushed back into their houses.

The Senlac snake carried on crawling up her legs and she just screeched and screeched. Soon one person looked out their window and the snake wasn't their and the woman just carried on screeching and jumping up and down. One person then went to their front door and the snake was there. The person went to get at glass of water and came back and then went back to the door and the snake was gone again. The person thought that something suspicious was going on. Then they shut there door and went in there living room. Soon they looked out of their window and saw that the woman was gone the snake was gone but their still was a sreecking noise. It was very weird soon the noise faded and faded and soon their was no noise.

The roomer spreaded over the past couple of weeks and since that day everyone was scared of the Senlac snake and no one ever saw him or the woman again.

By Talia Sandy
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