The Devil and the three golden hairs

The Devil and the three golden hairs

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  • Once upon a time there was a little boy, on his 14th birthday is was suppose to marry the the kings daughter. The king did not like that and threw the luck child into the river to die.
  • A fisher man found and raised the luck child for 14 years with his wife. Until one day when the king found out about the luck child and sent him to see the queen. The king sent him with a letter the give to the queen that said the she needed to kill him as soon as he showed up. The luck child did not know this and set out to his quest.
  • The boy got lost in the woods and slept in a thief's camp. He told the lady at the thief's camp that he was not afraid of anything. When the thief's came home to find the boy asleep they found him to be brave and let him sleep. They read the letter that the king sent. They believed that they boy did not deserve that fate and tore up the letter and wrote a new one. Saying that when the luck child meets with the queen she needed to wed him and her daughter. 
  • The luck child married the princess and then the king came back and told him that he must go on a new quest to win his daughters hand. To get three golden hairs from the devils head.  On the way the luck child came across three questions from three men. The first being why will wine  no longer flow in the town fountain Second man asked why the town golden apple tree with not bare fruit. The third is why the fairy man can not stop rowing. 
  • The luck child asked the devils grandmother for help with the questions and the three gold hairs. The grandmother agreed turned the luck child into an ant and got the three hairs while the devil was asleep and the devil said that there is a toad sitting on the well. There is a mouse eating at the roots of the golden apple tree. The fairy man needs to pass off the ore to the next man that goes across the river.
  • When returning to the kingdom the luck child went to each of the men that he said he would help and told them the answer to their question. The fairy man rowed the luck child across the river and then was told to pass the ore to the next person that comes onto his boat his boat. The two other men as a gift gave then luck child two goals donkeys coated in gold. The luck child handed the three gold hairs to the king. The king accepted the gift and wanted gold like the luck child got. So the luck child sent the king to go to the fairy man and he will ore you across the river to a golden beach.  The luck child and the princess lived happy ever after.
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