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A Mermaid and a Magic Comb

Cury, Cornwall, England (map) Dated: 1700 - 1800
Have you ever walked along the beach and wondered where the items washed up by the tide come from? Well, one elderly man in Cornwall, many years ago, found something very strange indeed and it changed his life.
By Diane Earl

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Name: Abigail 7th October 2017
I watched it on my tablet a d computer to be on is ed it is better on the computer because on this tablet the myth does not have sound when it is supposed to have I did not bother going through the story because the first page was boring without sound I will give it one more chance but by the first one I think it will be terrible again thanks for giving me the chance to give u a comment on this myth
Name: Karim 24th September 2017
I like it
Name: EMERSON 4th August 2017
i love this story im doing it for my pasport at school as well as my friends
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