Frankenstein was a genius. As a boy Frankenstein always wanted to know and
learn. He loved experimenting. Frankenstein grew up to be a doctor.
One day, Frankenstein was sitting in his library when a thought struck him,
"Could he take pieces of human body and make a perfect human being?" The
question rankled in his brain. "But what about giving this mass of flesh, life."
He questioned himself. The answer came to him almost instantly. "Electricity, a
great big shock of electric current."
The following day onwards Frankenstein started digging up bodies from the grave,
amputating either the legs or hands. No one knew of this strange eerie
experiment. As days past Frankenstein had all the parts of a human body. He had
carefully stitched each piece together. What lay in his laboratory now was a
monster of a man with no life in him.
Frankenstein thought, "Now for the final step, to pass great big bout of
electricity through this monster." All preparations were made. A lever was moved
and ZAP....the monsters body shook with the powerful blasts of current.
Everything was silent for a moment, then the monster stirred and slowly stood
up. He looked much bigger than when he was lying down, he stood at eight feet
and weighed two hundred kilos.
Frankenstein's euphoria of a successful experiment was short lived. The monster
was now coming towards him. The monster walked past Frankenstein smashing the
door into the streets. Terror reigned in the streets. Anyone who saw the monster
ran for their lives. The monster destroyed everything. Shops were razed to the
ground and glasses smashed. Somebody had to stop the monster.
In his house Frankenstein himself was in shock; his monster was creating havoc
in the city; he had to stop it somehow. He decided to confront the monster.
Taking a gun with him Frankenstein went in search of the monster. He found him
in one of the street corners. Frankenstein fired all the bullets in the gun at
the monster's head, shoulders and chest, killing him.
Frankenstein swore to himself to never ever experiment with nature.