Rated: E · Short Story · Fantasy · #2290640
Story about British Columbia
|In the heart of British Columbia, nestled in the rugged wilderness of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, there was a city that was said to be unlike any other. It was said that the city was built entirely of gold, and that its streets were lined with glittering jewels. For generations, the people of British Columbia had whispered about the existence of this lost city, and many brave souls had set out to find it, but none had ever returned.|
One day, a young adventurer named Jack decided that he would be the one to finally discover the lost city. He packed his bags, kissed his girlfriend goodbye, and set out into the wilderness, determined to find the city and bring back its riches.
For weeks, Jack trekked through the mountains, braving the harsh weather and dangerous wildlife. Finally, after much hard work and perseverance, he stumbled upon a hidden valley, surrounded by towering cliffs and dotted with glittering gold buildings. Jack's heart skipped a beat as he realized that he had finally found the lost city of British Columbia.
He spent days exploring the city, marveling at its beauty and collecting as much gold as he could carry. But as he was about to leave, he heard a voice calling out to him from the shadows. He turned to see a hooded figure, who revealed that the city was protected by an ancient curse, and that anyone who took its treasure would suffer a terrible fate.
Despite the warning, Jack refused to abandon his hard-won riches, and set off back to civilization with his haul. But as he made his way back through the mountains, strange things began to happen. The weather turned against him, and he was beset by fearsome beasts and otherworldly terrors. It seemed as though the curse of the lost city of British Columbia was coming true.
Despite all odds, Jack made it back to civilization, but he was forever changed by his experience. He spent the rest of his days locked in his mansion, haunted by the memories of the lost city and the curse that had claimed his life. But to this day, adventurers continue to set out into the wilderness of British Columbia, in search of the lost city and its untold riches.