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Wallace is a friendly Bigfoot giant, but not friendly to his enemies, the Comanches.
One night, when Bigfoot Wallace was sleeping, the Comanches raided his cabin and took his horses
Bigfoot Wallace woke up, looked out the window, and noticed his horses were missing. He could see the comanches over the next hill eating and torturing his horses. He was ANGRY.
He was armored, stuffed with hickory nuts in his clothes. He crawled over to the Indian camp to get back what was his!
Bigfoot Wallace attacked the Comanches, and shot 42 of them. They tried there hardest to fight back but he was standing their tall and strong. As soon as the Comanches ran out of ammunition while he was still standing, they whooped in terror and ran for the hills.
He reurned home, feeling victorious. He didn't have his horses anymore since the Comanches killed them, but he sure scared them off. The hickory nuts he used as armor were still good and he fed them to his pigs.
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