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Wollaton Park gnomes under new investigation


Still Waters
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I thought they'd been cleared of all charges. :angry: 

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15 minutes ago, Still Waters said:

They sound rather sweet to me :D

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"the little people drove their cars at about 30-40 mph, though Patrick thought that they were going at about 120 mph".

So perhaps it was fortunate that "She was passing Wollaton Park's gates when she saw some 'little men' dressed like policemen, standing just inside the lodge entrance," then. 

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31 minutes ago, aquatus1 said:

They need the DNA evidence to acquit them.

DwarfyNucleic Acid?

:)

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why were they never seen at petrol stations?  Youd have thought small people in small cars would have been reported filling up their cars....but oh no!   :lol:

 

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5 minutes ago, seeder said:

why were they never seen at petrol stations?  Youd have thought small people in small cars would have been reported filling up their cars....but oh no!   :lol:

 

Now, don't be silly. 

 

They were of course clockwork cars! 

 

Anyway,  that's a fantastic story! 

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12 minutes ago, seeder said:

why were they never seen at petrol stations?  Youd have thought small people in small cars would have been reported filling up their cars....but oh no!   :lol:

 

They obviously pedalled them (at up to 120 mph).

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Ive been researching this and found some pics

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It's just as creepy as having some guy on a mini motor scooter running up and down the highway during rush hour.  I had that happen the last time I was coming back from our manufacturing plant.  On second thought, the pic is more creepy.  I wonder if the little guy paid full price for his VW?

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I think the real need is for the author to find the individuals to write his story. And for the, now adults, to say, yeah...we wanted attention.

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19 minutes ago, Ashyne said:

Just human midgets having a cosplay party.

I think that seems the most likely. :yes: 

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7 hours ago, Ashyne said:

Just human midgets having a cosplay party.

This makes me think of when the Wizard of Oz was filmed. Little people who were mostly not in contact with others like themselves finally were brought together. I remember my grandfather telling me stories  about how wild some of them became partying and playing games with other people. 

I am with you that the gnomes were midgets playing games.

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A bubble car was basically a converted Lambrette scooter with a front opening door and two seats side by side.

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1 hour ago, Torviking said:

A bubble car was basically a converted Lambrette scooter with a front opening door and two seats side by side.

Pretty it wasn't....

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Cheers,
Badeskov

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On 2/15/2017 at 11:33 AM, Manfred von Dreidecker said:

They obviously pedalled them (at up to 120 mph).

Gnomes are really Strong!!!

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Their testimony told of an evening encounter with several dozen white-bearded "gnomes" who, at half their height, wore Noddy-style caps and drove around the park in tiny bubble cars.

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"The Wollaton Park sightings badly needs a longer study," he said. 

"Needs" to be studied? REALLY?

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