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The Story of the Magic Doll

A myth submitted to the site by Fahad

Texas, America

Once upon a time there was a child called Georgia who had a magic doll but she didn't know that and her parents didn't know that. She also had a grey hound with red eyes it was the devil at night it would leave Georgia's house and eat people. Georgia was only 5 years old, she once wished that her grey hound would stop eating people and turn to a real dog not a devil dog.

The next day her wish came true because there was a doll next to her. She wished for a clean house she waited the next day and her wish came true. Everyone herd about the news so Georgia thought that her doll was magic she kept using the doll for her wishes and for everyone elses wishes but not burgulers and murderers.

Georgia lived a happy life until her doll got stolen but the doll gave her magic to Georgia so the doll didn't have any magic in her so Georgia could wish for anything straight away. So she wished that the doll came back and it did. After that she wished that there was no thiefs or killers in the world and you know what? It came true.

By Fahad
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