On this day :
1968 Dr King is assassinated, 1776 Washington begins march to New York, 1933 Man who took NASCAR mainstream is born, 1865 President Lincoln tours Richmond, 1949 NATO pact signed, 1968 Martin Luther King Jr is assassinated, 1933 Dirigible crash kills 73, 1841 President Harrison dies after one month in office, 1918 Second Battle of the Somme ends, 1949 NATO established, 1960 BenHur wins 11 Academy Awards, 2013 Legendary movie critic Roger Ebert dies, 1928 Maya Angelou is born, 1913 Muddy Waters is born, 1843 Yellowstone photographer William Jackson is born, 1841 Harrison dies of pneumonia, 1865 Lincoln dreams about a presidential assassination, 1982 Gretzky finishes season with 212 points, 1967 Martin Luther King Jr speaks out against the war, 1975 Operation Baby Lift aircraft crashes, 1918 Germans and Allies step up operations near Somme, 1884 Yamamoto Isoroku Japans mastermind of the Pearl Harbor attack is born,

It Was a Mad Day

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Chapter 1 - The Start

It Was a Mad Day

In the nineteenth century there was a boy named Sam. He had spiked hair with blue sparkling eyes, a short nose, clean teeth and a small mouth. He was thin and he could run at the speed of a leopard. He had a fluffy dog with clean teeth and a tiger claw.


One fine day, Sam was going to the forest.


He wore an orange backpack on his back. He took with him his water bottle. He also took his dog for company. He was going to a lake. He went in a boat. He paddled so hard that he got tired. He closed his eyes and slept. After some time his dog barked. He got up and saw something which was very sharp, coming near the boat. When it came nearer, he found that it was humongous.


                  Could they fight with that humongous thing? Find out in the next episode.

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