It is said that if something is dead it might just be a good idea to leave it alone, especially if it is evil. We all know that there is always someone that can't leave well enough alone. Luther was one of those that wasn't scared of anything, especially if it was dead and buried. Luther felt superior to something buried six feet underground, because he knew he was safe, even if he danced on the grave or desecrated it.
Then one day some of his friends dared him to dance on and desecrate a grave located deep in the woods near a stream by an abandoned house. It was the grave of a man that, legend had it, was a real werewolf. The werewolf's wooden tombstone read: "Whosoever disturbs my sleep when the moon is full will surely die by the hands of the werewolf." This would be Luther's last dance on anyone's grave forever.
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