Leaked information received by Skoob News Inc appears to suggest that a secretive sub-sect of TheSpoof.com writers is all set do descend on the ancient and historic city of Winchester, on Friday 13th, to seek the Holy Grail.
It is thought that the writers will convene in an ancient coaching inn in the shadow of King Arthur's round table - one kitted out in ermine robes, one dressed as a Bolivian revolutionary, wearing a bandolero and pistol belt, one wearing a faux crown, one disguised as a vicar, and one cunningly disguised in New England Pats gear.
Rumour has it that the mysterious troupe will convene over a bubbling cauldron in the hostelry, downing neat absinthe, smoking opium, and sacrificing rare frogs before embarking on their quest for The Holy Grail.
In broad daylight.
Hampshire Constabulary will be on the look out for strangely garbed individuals, grinning insanely and dramatically pointing to the skies in the city.
"We won't be tolerating any of that nonsense, to be sure," PC Dermot Mulcahey told us. "We'll bang 'em up as fast as they can blink. Our historic and ancient city with its Bonzo Dog Dooh dah Band cathedral won't tolerate this kind of branded lunacy."
Which prompted one Spoof Knight Templar to respond:
"All the evidence points to the Holy Grail being secreted somewhere in Winchester - near the Round Table of Camelot and near the Dog and Robber pub. If it's there - we'll find it. Don't you worry your head about that. I saw it on The Discovery Channel. And cops - no problemo. They're all twerps. We won't even need no steenkin' batches. We might even hire a bike and sing 'Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head' like in that cowboy film. Slasher Dettol or somebody done the original. I think."
The Spoof Knight Templar disguised as a vicar told us:
"Last time I met these nutters, I ended up in the hospital. Cost me thousands it has. But I'll stick my neck out for the Spoof Knight Templars. It's just the Knights Templar/Friday The 13th connection makes me a little nervous."
The one in the faux crown said that the whole thing would probably end up a sordid ass mess anyway, so it was probably advisable not to think too much about it.
More as we get it.