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The Mermaid Shell Necklace

Toronto, Canada

The Legend of the shell necklace Is Very Old; there was a girl who first found the necklace at shore. When She wore it she would become mermaid but she had to say the magical line: "Necklace Of power right at this hour I wish to become half Fish my legs I shall Trade To Become mermaid" She would change into a mermaid.

The Necklace must stay on you at all times. If not with it after 1 hour your tail will never appear again after the rhyme. To become human simply reverse rhyme: "Necklace Of power right at this hour I wish to become human my tail not to ruin To Become human ". If you have necklace Be Careful or else ...

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my friend found that necklace it's beautiful!! it's purple and glitters with green and blue sometimes in different lighting. 28th August 2018
I want that neackless I want to be a mermaid real bad whos got the neackless 23rd August 2018
wish there was a real story not just an informational paragraph 5th August 2018
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