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Snake Haired Madusa

A myth submitted to the site by Meliza

Harlow, Essex, England

One day there was a king and he had a beautiful daughter, but she was lonely. So he set out to find her a husband, but her husband had to be a man willing to do anything for her.

So the first man, his task was to bring back the head of the most evil monster in that time. Her name was Medusa and she had snake hair. The king warned him to not look at her or else he will be turned to stone. He set out to find Medusa and eventually he found her, luckily she was asleep.

He could only look at her through his shield. She started to wake up and was just about going to attack.... then.....SMACK! Blood dripping down Medusa's face the man had succeeded in killing the terrible Medusa!

He got back to the king but on the way, even though the head of Medusa was chopped off, he could still be turned to stone. When he got to the king he showed the king that he had succeeded killing Medusa so he let the man marry his beautiful daughter and they lived happily ever after.

The End

By Meliza
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Name: Taylor 20th November 2012
you need to give more details torwards the story please:)
Name: Olly 20th August 2012
This story isn't very good for facts about Medusa but other than that it's ok
Name: Bethany 6th July 2012
this story is brill
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