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Spikeus and the Big Bear.

A myth submitted to the site by Lucy Robson

Worksop, Nottinghamshire

Far away in Crete there lived a big smart man called Spikeus. He had a very small cottage and he keeped it very clean. Spikeus told his dad that he was going to the cave of Crete to save all people who lived there. What!shouted Spikeuses Dad. Spikeus got on the boat and shouted you'll see Dad, Spikeuses father shouted be safe son, Spikeus then shouts back ! i will dad.

Spikeus then goes of on his big adventure to save all the people of Crete. All the waves were crashing on the boat and Spikeus just wanted the journey to be over but at that very moment a big ghostly figure that looked just like the devil he even had big horns with blood driping off of them onto the boat. Spikeus was very scared!

When Spikeus got to Crete he had a big fight ahead of him to save all the good people. Spikeus had to fight the big ginourmous bear and win to save the people of crete. Spikeus chuked the big bear onto a chair and the bear got up and scrached Spikeuses face. Spikeus thought the bear had ripped his head clean off but the bear fainted because Spikeus was bleeding so bad!

Spikeus had to find help so he went to the people of Crete and they cleaned his up his wound before celebrating. After the celebrations Spikeus just wanted to get home to see his father. When he got home Spikeuses dad was sat in his chair just like the day he left. Spikeus ran to his father to see if he was ok and the big devil head reappeared to curse Spikeus, but Spikeus picked up a big pionted stick to throw at the devil head. Spikeus threw the stick at the devil head and it magically disappeard and everybody cheered for spikeus. after every body had said how proud they were of Spikeus they all soon left and had very happy life.

By Lucy Robson
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