Spotted more of them mysterious, or possibly even mystical, Thingy Peeple down in little Ela Wood.
This is the secretive Blite Witherins.
Looked in need of sustenance
About 30 feet further on was this fearsome fella
Goes by the name of Knuck van Noisome. Has been know to instigate mishaps and misdemeanours.
Both of them are from the Onerous genus.
From the Treeple Tribe
Lurking about in Lincombe Woods above Meadfoot Beach.
Be careful not to trip over Truff Grootlinger.
A little Tree-Bit looking a bit lost
Mutter Sprott is his name
Down here below from a tribe of Grundlings
Bow your head to Runklous Greebly
Thingy Peeple No 5 : Pim Poppleburk
(seen in St Marychurch where or there abouts)
From the Treeple Tribe I believe he belongs
Thingy Peeple No 6: Mr Had Badback
He’s had a heavy load to carry on his shoulders.
For the last two hundred years.
Oh goodness gracious. Wot twits we am.
Look closely. Under the face of Ligetty Lymstone is another face.
It looks like it could be a relation of Ligetty, yet another Lymestone encrusted into the wall.
Goes by the name of Nugetty, Mr Nugetty Lymstone. He’s the much put upon, down trodden, older brother of Ligetty.
Got totally overlooked. Oh crumbs. Oh golly. Oh gosh.
We apologise most sincerely Mr Nugetty. Now you’ve been spotted you’ll be seen for ever old chap. We won’t let your bruv Ligetty steal all the lymelight!.
Thingy Peeple seen by Miss Brown just up the road from where she lives; one in a stone wall; the other in the magnificent oak on the corner.
Here is Mr Ligitty Lymestone
This is Mr Liggity Lymestone seen closer up
Here is Barkus Bruff of Corner Oak
He’s believed to be a rather formidable Treepard of the Oakwardener genus. Not to be messed with.
The seeing of faces in ordinary, inanimate objects.
– a condition known as facial pareidolia.
Read this article in The Guardian to find out more.
So here is our Thingy-Face No 1.
(Seen up on Dartmoor last weekend)
You seeing a horses head?