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Sam "Gator" LeDereon was a fisherman who lived near a swamp somewhere in East Louisiana in the late 1940's. But townspeople feared him the most and was hoarding alligators in a pit outside his house and keeping them as his pets. His wife Annebelle always became frightened everytime she looked him in the eye and spoke. One night he was accused of releasing one of the bloodthirsty alligators into the town. It killed an entire family inside another house and a store clerk not far down the river. The next day a mob approached Gator's home with shotguns and torches. Gator looked outside his window and came out, but without fear flowing in his heart, no remorse for what he has done as he laughed loudly and applauded. The people got more angry and confused. "Come on, shoot me, send me to hell!! HA, HA!, said Gator. "Dig a grave, cause i hope there is enough room in it for everybody here! Welcome to ya'lls day of reckoning!!!" (BOOM, BOOM, BOOM) Three men shot Gator to death but after that everyone gotten silent and looked at the pit where the alligators were being kept. The gate was open and it's empty. The mob panicked and look around as the alligators surrounded them. It was nowhere for them to go and the alligators started to attack. A man tried to shoot at them, but it did'nt work. Screaming, bones cracking, flesh ripping, and blood filled the waters as Gator's widow witnessed the horror before her eyes as she kneeled, held the deceased Gator in her arms then dragged him back inside the house. Annebelle started praying. As of now it remains a mystery why Gator gone from the man the townspeople grown to love to being stubborn, evil, and striking havoc on those he sees. But later few people have seen the spirit of gator and his soul is more darker in another form.

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