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Captain Murderer By Charles Dickens

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Captain Murderer By Charles Dickens This story is about a person, his name Captain Murderer. The story is a horror and has gory parts in it. This Captain murderer has a sick and twisted mind that loves to marry innocent women and killing them to put in a pie. So what happens, I'll tell you. The story starts of where a person not popular and has an unknown family he must have been an offshoot of the Blue Beard family comes into the scene. Passing on his unknown journey he finds a women that he likes very much. He gets to know her well and pretends to love her. ...read more.


He raised his sword with the ultra sharp blade and sliced her head of and chopped her into bits before her own eyes. He chopped her into pieces and sent the pie to the bakers just down the road. Once he had the pie he scoffed the lot and picked the bones. But before anyone had noticed she was gone, he was well down the road to the next town. But he stopped; he had spotted two beautiful women. One of them did not like them so he went with his instincts and went for the one that liked him. They were married instantly. After a couple of months he made her to make a pie. ...read more.


After he had sent her to the bakers he got stuck in. but before he picked the last bones he got fatter and went blue. By the next morning the exploded with a loud bang!!! Genre This story is a horror; it is a gruesome story because there is continuous killing. Plus the title is Captain Murderer so you know before you have read the book that there is going to be killing in it. Captain Murderer is a cannibal because he kills his pray (wife's) and chops them up and puts them in a pie. And of cause eats them. The story is told not read because you can tell by the way the story is set out. The language used is an older type because there is some long and complicated words in it. ...read more.

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