i love weeping angel cosplayers eheh
My friend is redecorating her room and she just sent me this
Weeping Angels are grey
The Silence are too
I forget my words
When I look at you
Don’t blink, Lorde.
First day back from break. Our first art assignment is draw 4 pictures of what you did over break……. simple… doctor who marathon… why would anyone do anything else :P
Why didn’t you put anything on the third sheet?
I took this when I went to the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff in August, and I was looking back through the pictures and the Angel looks like a really angry mother
"STOP SENDING YOUR BROTHER BACK IN TIME"
Christmas is coming to the BBC America offices.
(Taken via Instagram as we set up for our holiday party last week.)
You know, just some Doctor Who snowflakes
I think I know how to scare my Whovian friends, send them this.
all the strange, strange creatures | series three
thefrozengallifrey asked: So, there's two weeping angels in my town. What do I do?
if weeping angels only move when you’re not looking, then nobody has ever seen the way they move… so for all we know, they could skip or twirl or aggressively chicken dance toward a person, just really quickly…
the twerking angels
maybe the reason they’re always weeping is because no one ever sees their sick moves
wwc - Favorite monsters/villains as “horror movie/show”
↳ The Weeping Angels
An ancient statue made as an offering to Osiris, the Egyptian god of death, that is currently housed at the Manchester Museum in England has suddenly started spinning inside its closed display case — and no one seems to know why.
A time-lapse video released by the museum shows the 4000-year-old relic of Neb-Senu slowly turning around inside its case without any apparent assistance from the outside world.
Found in a mummy’s tomb some 80 years ago, the statue has been kept encased at the museum ever since.
Its current caretaker, Campbell Price, was the first one to notice the strange phenomenon, and says he first realized something was off when he found the statue askew, reset it, and then found it askew again the following day.
"In Ancient Egypt they believed that if the mummy is destroyed then the statuette can act as an alternative vessel for the spirit," Price, and Egyptologist by trade, told the Manchester Evening News. “Maybe that is what is causing the movement.”
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