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Gullasht Feyrozai
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Snow White And The Mystery Of Dracula (part 3)
Published On Sep 9th 2014
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When Snow saw the COFFIN, all of sudden a tall man, white colour, long and sharp tooth getup and come towards Snow. Snow with her Mom ran downwards the stairs, and after reaching in the living room Snow said with extremely terrified voice, "Mom, did you see the Dracula???"  her Mom said that, "Dracula, what you said Dear I think you scares with something ".
Snow became more terrified and trembling with fear and suspicious about her Mom, suddenly she saw Dracula in front of her she shouted, "MAMA! HAHAHUUUU" and started crying, her Mom take her in her lap and said, "My child why you shouted so loudly." Then, Snow understood that she is only the person who can see the Dracula.
Snow then went to Church and prey!...................
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Aliza  Aamir Minahil dont be rude Aliza Aamir
Apr 12th 2016
 
 
Laibah IlikeIT Laibah
Oct 25th 2014
 
 
Minahil This was an extremely senseless stupid and a short sory with no proper spellings, grammar, sentence structure, expressions and body. Not worth a zero :-( Minahil
Sep 27th 2014
 
 
Minahil This was an extremely senseless stupid and a short sory with no proper spellings, grammar, sentence structure, expressions and body. Not worth a zero :-( Minahil
Sep 27th 2014
 
 
Gullasht AOA GUys plz !...... Coment nd lyk in order to get next part soon Gullasht
Sep 10th 2014
 
 
Gullasht AOA GUys plz !...... Coment nd lyk in order to get next part soon Gullasht
Sep 10th 2014
 
 
Gullasht AOA GUys plz !...... Coment nd lyk in order to get next part soon Gullasht
Sep 10th 2014
 
 

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