Unconfirmed reports suggest Woolly Covern of Carshalton behind latest stunt
Is it a spooky coincidence or could Carshalton's knit graffiti artists be behind the latest stitching stunt?
Pumpkins and ghosts have appeared outside the Honeywood Museum overnight with no feasible explanation, bar a cryptic poem.
It reads: "Halloween is nearly here, so we've been naughty again I fear, outside Honeywood's door, from the trees and to the floor.
"Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive."
It has all the hallmarks of the Woolly Coven of Carshalton, witch swooped earlier this year to celebrate the Queen's jubilee.
Sixty knitted ducks appeared over Carshalton Ponds to commemorate the sixty years of the Queen's reign.
But now the village is awash with rumours about a gang of cackling witches appearing in the middle of the night and casting a spell over the museum.
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