"One month later...." Now I still think about that mysterious creature. Was it real or was it my imagination? I want to find out but not by going in the graveyard. That night gave me a heart attack. "I guess the only way to find out, is to find out," I recited my grandma's saying. So that night, I crept out of the house, praying that nothing bad will happen. Suddenly, I was the bushes shiver. The trees nodded side to side. My heart skipped a beat. "I guess I should reveal myself..." the creature muttered under his breath. "Uh, hello human creature," the creature trembled with fear. "You're a troll! I mean, hi," I replied with terror. He looked sort of like the troll from the story, "The Three Billy Goats Gruff." We had a bit of a conversation which we don't need to go through, but it turns out, he just wanted a friend. His name was Bob. That day when he scratched me, he was actually tapping my back to get my attention. Bob said his nails were naturally long and sharp, and so he apologized about that. So over time, we became good friends and I often went there to meet him. But I obviously told my parents all about Bob. I don't think they believed me, but I meet him anyways. Bob is the most funniest and most kindest troll I've ever met. Well, he was the only troll I ever met. Anyways, we were the best of friends. Hopefully, now you believe fairytales do come true. 10

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