The Crimes of Hansel and Gretel
By fisherl, Updated
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One upon a time, there was a poor wood-cutter and his wife and they lived in a small cabin with his two children, Hansel and Gretel. The family was low on food, and their evil stepmother convinced their father to leave them in the woods.
"Fool! We must get rid of those children if we are to live."
But Hansel and Gretel had heard their stepmother's plan and left breadcrumbs on their path. However, halfway through their journey back home, the breadcrumbs disappeared. Pigeons and other animals had eaten the rest.
"How will we make it back home?"
After hours of walking, the twins stumbled upon a house made of candy. They began to break the house apart, eating all the candy they could. But suddenly, a witch came walking out of the house.
The witch graciously invited the two inside, locking the door behind them. Her expression turned to a glare as she began to light a fire. She cackled and coaxed the kids towards the fire.
However, the twins knew better and pushed the witch into the fire when her back was turned. Then they fled from the candy forest, hoping they would be able to find there way home.
By night, Hansel and Gretel made it home. Before fleeing the candy house, the twins had taken some of the witch's gold, more than enough for the family to live off of. Their evil stepmother was dead. Happily ever after? I think not!
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