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The Monster in My Bed

A myth submitted to the site by Millimoo

England, England

One terrible time long before we were born. there was a mystical, beastly and vicious creature. Not one puney little person had a good peep of it. When the little children were asleep they herd a bloodcurdling screech. The only thing that you could see was luminous lime teeth glowing in the dark. While it's deadly scarlet eyes stare among the petrified child. As life went on the nick name for this monster was the monster in my bed.

Theuseus had heard the horrifying stories about the malicious monster. Also he wanted to make a stop to the tragic nightmare. So Theuseus found the most dangerous sword that was sharp as a needle point. He got his strong shiny armour and hid under the bed.

Ready for attack he heard the terrifying sound and the luminous glow. Theaseus jumped out with a heart pounding faster every second he quickly sliced the filthy Manky head . Meanwhile venomous blood drooled on to the cold hard ground.

The next day joyfully he spread the news the wonderfull town cheered yay! Theuseus was very proud just then a sweet little girl came up and gave him a cuddle.

By Millimoo
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