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The Golden Box

A myth submitted to the site by Zabana

Walthamstow , London

Long time ago in a far far land live a beautiful girl named Hannah she lived in a really big castle.
One day she meet a really nice boy named Tom at the ball they both were in love so they go married.
So on there wedding day all of the guests arrived on time but there was an odd looking man who showed up as well. The wedding went well and the odd looking man gave Hannah a golden box but because they did not now who that man was they did not open the box and Tom said what ever you do do not open the box.

The box sat in the same place for two years. One day Tom went out so Hannah thought she should open the box so she did. Suddenly the room went black for a second then the lights came back on and she was as still as a rock.

A hour later Tom came back home and saw the golden box opened and saw Hannah. He go confused and ran to the witch to ask for help and told her what had happened and her answer was.
First you fight this dragon with this sword and I will give you the golden dust.
So tom killed the dragon with two stabs in the heart and got the golden dust and ran home. He sprinkled all off the dust on her and she was back to normal and said she will never open some this she has been told not to open

So Hannah learned her lesson and never opened a strange box agian

By Zabana
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