The story has a very heart-warming and touching end. Now try to change the end of the story to make it sound
- very funny
- full of horror and mystery.
Mrs. Groover continued to look at me with a strange look in her eyes which frightened me. I asked her whether she believed in 'Unke, Munke, Timpetoo'. She suddenly gave out a shriek and started moving towards me with hands outstretched. I was so scared that my feet did not move nor any words came out from my mouth. She had a savage look on her face. I felt that there was something more to Mrs. Groover, no wonder she was staying alone with an evil looking dog. Somehow, I managed to run away from Mrs. Groover. The next day I came to understand that Mrs. Groover never stayed in that house.
Mrs. Groover continued to look at me with a strange look in her eyes. It looked as if she was judging me. I asked her, whether she believed in 'Unke, Munke, Timpetoo'. She said, she did but she was trying to control her laughter. I wondered what had happened to her. She laughed till tears started rolling down her cheeks. She then took me into her house and played some music which she asked me to hear. The singer used the same chant 'Unke Munke Timpetoo'. Listening to the song, I too started laughing and both of us had a hearty laugh and we started humming the song along with the words 'Unke Munke Timpetoo', which actually meant nothing.