Saturday, 20 December 2014

Malevolent Black Waters



As regular visitors here will be aware, members of the Ragged Society of Antiquarian Ramblers are some of this country's leading experts on Evil Ponds. Read on if you dare, and discover more about the pure liquid evil that is an 'Aunty Pond'...

At the end of our previous Evil Pond post we mentioned that Munro Tweeder-Harris Esq. and Mr. Many Coats had recently encountered a particularly malevolent form of pond - the Aunty Pond. Using all their accumulated experience and ingenuity, the two intrepid antiquarians managed to construct a special camera rig in order to capture images of the deep, dark waters, so as to avoid looking directly into the terrible depths of these bottomless pits of despair. 

We have just had the images returned from our Antiquarian Laboratories, run by the ingenious Thadeus Basil-Snapper (the third). The results are simply stunning and have shaken the world of Evil Pond discovery to the core. As we have mentioned previously, we were aware of rumours that an Aunty Pond was capable of luring unsuspecting wanderers into their murky depths. However, until now, the means by which this took place was unknown.

As you can see from the two images, each contains an image of a figure of terrifying beauty. Seasoned followers of our blog will recognise this as Aunty Gary. Having carefully examined this photographic evidence, we now believe that the essence of Aunty Gary permeates this particular form of pond and, once eye contact is established, poor unsuspecting fools become entranced, and having entered into a state of pitiable stupor, are enticed to enter the pond, thus dissolving into oblivion within these most malevolent of black waters. 

To think that, had not Mr. Tweeder-Harris Esq. exhorted Mr. Many Coats to step back from the waters, why, our dear bedraggled Many Coats would have fallen pray to this evil. We implore members of the public not to approach these sinister sites. Evil ponds require years of experience and expertise to be rendered safe - and even then there are risks. Please do go with care. 

Huzzah!

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