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The Eight Headed Monster

Once upon a time in London there was a little boy named Jack. He was terrified of the eight headed snake that all his friends were always talking about. Apparently it was true that it lived by the River Thames, where he lived. He was thinking about it all day when he was on a walk with school.

When he got home his mother saw the look on his face and was worried what was the matter with him and he told her waht he was scared of. She said it wasn't true because in over 1000 years no-one had seen the monster.That made Jack feel much better.

It was soon time to go to bed and Jack was having supper when there was a hissing sound, Jack was worried but his mother said it was just the cooker but when Jack went to bed it was even louder. He looked out of his window and before his eyes he saw a monster, the one his friends always talked about, he quickly turned back to his room and ran downstairs to tell his mother but his mother wasn't there so he ran outside but he couldn't find his mother.

Suddenly, faster than a helicopter the monster came down upon him and knocked him over. Then it came down again and threw him onto his back. His mother had only gone to the shop and he came back to fing her 8 years old son gone. she was worried sick.

It was 2 months after and Jack still hadn't been found...

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