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Baba-Yaga and Vasilisa the Fair

Russia Dated: 1800 - 1900
Deep, deep in the Birch forests of Northern Russia there once lived a ferocious witch, a witch that ate people just like others ate chicken. Find out what happened when one young girl entered the witch's hut.

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Name: Billie 3rd April 2017
i loved the character Baba Yaga, this story reminded me of a fairytale I do very well love called Cinderella. I did think that the skull bit at the end was a bit creepy though. I love the idea of Baba Yagas' house.
Name: Vian Samuel 20th March 2017
Very nice
Name: Keiona 31st January 2017
good,peace full and creepy
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