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The Lamster

A myth submitted to the site by Whiloby123

Cheshire, England

Have you heard of a Lamster? Probably not. Only one has ever been seen that was in 1886 and it was seen by a girl called Gemima here is how it happened.

One cold winter morning,Gemima went for her morning stroll in the woods when suddenly a small ginger blur with what looked like a bushy brown mane scamper across the twigs and into the brambles. At home that night she said to her mum-"Mum,it's true it's the ancient Lamster!" Gemima's mother did not believe a word she said so Gemima set out to prove it was true.

No-one has seen her since and she was said to have had a tile and a rock with her so if you see a tile and a rock together you may be standing on her grave.

By Whiloby123
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