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The Witch and the Wizard

A myth submitted to the site by Sam Pugh

In northern Norway and North England, England,Camelot

Once a long long time ago there lived a wizard who knew everthing about the planet and its inhabitants of it.
He knew of the witch Sarah she was so evil she had a collection of broomsticks and a slick black cat called Virinja. He knew that she lived in northern Norway. she lived in the village Hazzara a village under the sea where she was safe from the 4 types of wizards of the world. The wizard we are talking about is the only 5th type of wizard. A gold wizard he had the power of all other wizards.

Miss Sarah real name was Hazzard but she needed a nickname for a human.
Hazzard has defended Hazzara for the length of her life. But she has always drawn to the gold wizard.
She knew that the wizard Sam knew exactly where she was but he followed her all the way to northern England, she knew that this was the home of Camelot. Where there is the biggest population of wizards.

She knew that she was going to get caught so she hid in a brick used for the building of a port a couple of miles away. But as she did this a wizard saw her and he cast a spell on her so that she would never come back. And to this day she is still there so tread carefully on the bricks anywhere in the old kingdom of Camelot.

By Sam Pugh
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