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The Girl and the Wolf

A myth submitted to the site by Emily

Mullingar , Ireland

Years ago, There was a girl named Aleigha, who lived with her father in a tribe. Her father was also the leader of the tribe.

Every full moon, a horrible beast would come and kill every human and cattle that it could find. No one new what the beast was, so the day before the full moon everyone would get their crops, hide their cattle and lock their doors.

But Aleigha was different. She wanted to know what the beast was. So she went into the Forrest and looked.

After awhile, it started to get dark. So she started going back but soon got lost. She screamed out for help but no one heard her. Then the sun disappeared.

Back at the village, her father and the rest of the men looked everywhere.

He then got his best hunters and they headed out to the Forrest to find her.

Aleigha found herself surrounded by trees.

She then noticed the cave. Her, being herself, walked slowly towards the cave.

Then, the beast itself came out, and the beast was a wolf!

She screamed and started to run away, but the beast was too fast and blocked her path.

The beast jumped up on two feet and howled.

Aleigha screamed again and closed her eyes.

Suddenly, her father burst through the trees and used his magic bone to stop the wolf, but all magic comes with a price. The wolf turned to stone, but so did his daughter.

For years he had been trying to find out a way to bring her back.

But as time went by, he soon perished.

Now, somewhere in the forest, is that same girl, waiting to come back and that same wolf, waiting for revenge...

By Emily
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Name: Emily Wright 24th September 2013
That is wonderful I just want to read it over and over again !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Name: Layton 9th September 2013
it was good
Name: TIFFANY 7th September 2013
that was amazing wow !!!!!!!!!!
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