Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Not what you think

Here is a building in Paddington, London. The centre two are your focus and they appear to be fine five storey houses built mid nineteenth century, but all is not what it may seem. A clue is to note the very dark windows. I will repost this later or tomorrow with an explanation and a photo of the rear. Arrgghh, enough clues. I don't think you will guess, but one of you may well know.

19 comments:

  1. False facade? Looks like some of the buildings on Glouchester road.

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  2. Hello Andrew:
    We must play fair and admit that we do know. But it is all most intriguing and well worth seeing.

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  3. Well now you've piqued my curiosity, you have to tell. You just have to.

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  4. Not Gloucester Road Peter, but you are on the right path.

    JayLa, thanks for not blabbing. I wondered if you would know, but I wouldn't have been surprised if you didn't.

    Tomorrow morning River.

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  5. Scott from Scott's Abode also knows.

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  6. Rubye Jack also knows.
    Okay, I'm lying again. Is it a hotel?

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  7. Not a hotel Rubye, and I would be gobsmacked if you knew the answer.

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  8. Madonna's London playpen for her toyboys?

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  9. oh Kath you're funny.
    It looks a nice neighbourhood - is it handy to a station?

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  10. it's fake, it has a perception filter around it. Inside is a time machine and a villain who uses the bodies of passers by to fuel his engines!

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  11. Kath, would explain why they disappear after she has worn them out.

    Em Stacks, everywhere in London is handy to a station.

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  12. Fen, your description of what might have happened behind the wall sent you comment straight to the spam folder.

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  13. No idea, but can't wait to find out.
    A car park would be too common.

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  14. Anonymous12:46 am

    Ooooh, I know! It's a facade! A fake house. It covers a railway line. V.

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  15. Yeah FruitCake, it is not Safeway in Smith Street. Yuk.

    How on earth did you know V?

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  16. Anonymous3:45 pm

    OK, I confess - I did a search for it. Always have loved research... v.

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  17. You weren't the only one. Ann O'Dyne found it by research too.

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  18. yes, that would be the mere mention of perception filters, the higher beings don't want us to be aware of them ;)

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  19. Now I'm getting scared Fen.

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