|TheOtherCapnS - 2013-08-01 |
I think if we get Willard Wigan on the case, we can have at least two, maybe three more layers of sculptures within sculptures.
|Gmork - 2013-08-01 |
Oh, I beg to differ, guy who I immediately visualized as Simon Pegg!
|Boomer The Dog - 2013-08-01 |
That's awesome! I would have been even more thrilled when I was 9 or so and was all into secret rooms in a house and hidden treasures behind walls. A symbol on a wall could mean that something is hidden there, and cornerstone time capsules are the best!
Rodents of Unusual Size
If I was a millionaire I would totally want a house with secret rooms everywhere.
|BHWW - 2013-08-01 |
If my reading of various horror anthologies over the years has taught me anything, finding something hidden in the wall of a pub will end very badly for the people who found it. At the very least some ancient hell-spawn or unquiet spirit will be released from it's bounds and eager to seek new victims.
|chumbucket - 2013-08-02 |
Used to be a glory hole.
|Robin Kestrel - 2013-08-02 |
This is awesome.
|bopeton - 2013-08-03 |
Imagine being the first random, curious snooker player who found this, a sculpture of a snooker player finding this...
Imagine if you also were wearing a green shirt, brown pants and had the same hairstyle.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2013-08-07 |
|Bort - 2015-04-18 |
Whenever this was made, it was probably a perfectly innocent thing. Maybe a guy did a little diorama, and eventually he decided a good place to store it was inside the wall. Very straightforward, nothing weird about it viewed from that direction.
Kind of like how Boo Radley carved those creepy figurines of the Finch children ... nope, he was just making dolls for them to play with.
I suddenly realize I am nowhere near actualizing my potential to spread weirdness, because done right, it doesn't take much, just one or two details out of place.
| Register or login To Post a Comment|