The earth had rumbled for several days, which wasn’t unusual in those days.
When everything settled down, and we had the chance to get out and survey the damage it was then the dragon was discovered.
There had been a rift in the rock formations on what was known as Dragon Mountain, and to our surprise, there was the fossilised head of the dragon revealed for the first time.
It had been legend that the mountain had contained dragons in past years, but we all thought it nothing more than a myth serving our local tourist industry.
But now the head was there, in plain sight and we began to reassess our history.
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