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The Lincoln Imp

A myth submitted to the site by Katonazz

Lincoln, England

During a dark, windy day, Satin sent out two imps to reek havoc. They were successful in theirtask until a great storm arose, and the wind blew them to Lincoln.

Once there they came across the cathedral. The imps broke in, and tripped up the Bishop. As they continued their rampage of chair breaking and table smashing, God sent down an angel to set things right again.

The angel appeared in the cathedral, and one of the imps hid under a table yet to be smashed. However the other imp climbed up a stone pillar and started breaking off parts of the cathedral, and threw lumps of stone at the angel. It retaliated, and turned the imp to stone.

Today you can still see the imp at the top of one of the stone pillar. For the other imp, it is said it ran back to Satin, and told him the news of the angel.

By Katonazz
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