The Black Death Pandemic

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The Black Death was a pandemic that spread all throughout the world taking the lives of innocent people. We could have never predicted the effect it would have on our countries and villages. We could have never imagined that our family members would suffer so much, or how we were silently praying that the next victim wouldn’t be us. I still remember when the rumors started. No one knew what was killing their loved ones ,or how to treat it because they had never experienced something like this before.I was curious about what was infiltrating our towns and I was ecstatic to be sent to report about the closing of the Globe Theater. I, James Ashby, would finally become a print reporter, but little did I know they had sent me there to die. The Black

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