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There was this man who was an expert jewel collecter. On one misty night he snuck into a graveyard. He found a pile of valubale items around these 24 tombstones. He took all of the jewels and headed back to the city. When he left hands shot out under those 24 tombstones, and dead, cold, scary zombies came out from under. They headed for the city and as the people saw them walking down the hill, they realized that they wanted what was stolen from their grave. That night the population was 235. The next morining everyone disappered from the city, even the jewel collecter. People still believe that the zombies went back to their graves. Or DID THEY?!?!
OMG cute kitty avatar.Once their was a man he was looking for his daughter who was lost she got lost at halloween that night they started at 7:00 trick or treating to houses and then when he went to the third house with his daughter she was gone.So then he traced his steps to the third house and the house was not there.So the whole point of the story was the bad person wanted the daughter and he was magic so he moved somewhere far away and she was never found.I hope you like my story!
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