There was once a glass coffin in the center of a lost woods, although how a woods can get lost is a strange question. Once a day the coffin would sing and all the animals would come to listen. One day a boy and girl were walking along the edge of the woods and heard the singing, which somehow calmed the animals down enough so that they did not attack, assuming of course that there were some bears and alligators amongst the animals listening to the coffin. The girl was immediately enamored with the singing and asked the boy to open the lid to the coffin so she could see what was producing the sound. As soon as the boy opened the lid the animals pushed him inside and the girl saw that it was not a coffin, but the entrance to a deep hole. She grabbed the boy’s hand, but he was too heavy and slipped away.
Sasha wasn’t sure what the moral of her story was, but liked that the animals pushed the little boy in the hole. She assumed the little girl battled off the animals and escaped, although questioned if she would bother to come back because the woods was lost, so was probably prone to wandering about trying to find its way somewhere, making it doubly difficult to find again, apart from the singing of course, which was probably some yet to be classified giant ground mole with a taste for little boys. The right thing to do would be to get the police, but upon finding the woods missing, they would assume the little girl had eaten the little boy and imagined the woods and singing coffin so was obviously insane and fit for a strait jacket, which she would wear well because she was an exceptionally pretty little girl.