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Wolf Girl

A myth submitted to the site by Thyra Van Veen

Histon, East Anglia, England

Lupia was a normal little princess, neat and tidy and a goody goody. Her father was King Robert and mother Queen Mary the Sweet. But one day, Queen Mary had a fever and King Robert sent Lupia and her brother, James, away to their evil uncle and kind aunt's mansion.

Three months of misery those two had their uncle hated them so much that he sent them away to live as orphans in Croglin Village, the shabbiest and smelliest and dirstiest town ever. A kind young girl or thirteen took them to her house and took care of them until Lupis was thriteen.

When their uncle heard that, he was furious. he wanted them to die of stravation and sent his servants to kill Megan, the girl who took care of them and throw them and her to the wolves. Megan hugged the children as the guards came in. They took a pity on them and gently pushed them into the den of wolves. While Megan and James hugged each other, Lupia gently 'spoke'to them and they stopped growling at her. They looked puzzeled and curious and they let Lupia, Megan and James stroke them.

Meanwhile, the evil uncle thought they were dead and wrote to King Robert that his children were dead in Croglin. King Robert grew into a sobbing party. Queen Mary had servived but his children were murdered. He and Mary weren't happy for two months. in those months, the uncle had a son of his own and his name was Jack.

Aunt Beck and Jack went to Croglin and asked anyone if they had seen the King of Galastic's heirs. The villagers replied they hadn't but knew someone who did. Her name was Nun Susie and she was checking out the village. She reported that her daughter had taken the two kids in but were soon arrested for nothing and thrown to the wolves in Shermock Woods.

Becky and Jack went to the cave that Nun Susanne had indicated and rolled the bolder back. Inside, Megan and James and Lupia were safe and sound with the wolf family around them. They started to growl, protecting Lupia and her little family.

"It's OK!" Lupia said to them and told them it was just her Aunt. The aunt reported back to the King and Queen that their children were alive. It spread through the land. The uncle was arrested and thrown into prison.

Now that the castle and its owners are dead and the wolves live on, the remanes of the uncle were burned and forgotten.

By Thyra Van Veen
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