The Second Continental Congress assigns 5 men to write the Declaration of Independence called the Declaration Committee. The Committee consisted of John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman.
I don't want you do write the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas Jefferson had to write the first draft of the Declaration. He chose to write the draft in the Graff house on the outskirts of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
I will never abandon a plan and certainly not one as important as this one I will stop at nothing until the colonists get the rights and freedom that they deserve!
Thomas Jefferson saw a black carriage like vehicle, with a shadowy figure driving. Jefferson was astonished by the sight and prepared for bed.
On his way back to the house on his horseback ride Jefferson ran into the Devil. The Devil warned him about finishing the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas Jefferson would not be bothered by the Devil's threat and reared his horse and strode away with confidents. The Devil kept leaving Jefferson little surprises because he wouldn't stop writing the Declaration.
Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration Committee presented the Declaration to the Continental Congress, with a few tweaks it was approved. Thomas Jefferson going against the Devil's rules was haunted along with the Graff house for the rest of eternity.