Skull 'N' Bones crop circle sprouts on Rebekah Brooks' lawn

Funny story written by queen mudder

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

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Illuminati at work in Mrs Brooks' back yard

Chipping Norton - The symbol of Yale University's darkest arts and crafts society has reared its shadowy face outside Rebekah Brooks' Oxfordshire mansion.

The cultish secret club has served as foreign conflict tool for President George Bush Senior and his moronic Junior namesake during times of Illuminati cover-ups.

This May Day morning flame-tressed Rebekah's lush green turves 'came over all necromantic' according to head gardener Bugsy Mugwort.

The groundsman spotted the devilish etching at sunrise after tracking a swarm of venomous mayfly hatchlings to a nearby compost heap.

Frantic scarifying of the verdant lawn failed to erase the stark totem which Brooks and her husband Charlie inspected soon after breakfast...

Before ordering boiling water to be poured all over the spooky emanation.

The apparition has freaked them out by springing up at a time of high tension as Mrs B awaits a CPS decision about some alleged shenanigans during her career at NewsCorpse.

Local crop circle enthusiasts said today the last time Skull 'N' Bonesmen were in the headlines was during the 9/11 discovery of their founding fathers' pilgrimage ship.

The Mayfly was a rival carrier to the celebrated Mayflower which sailed from Plymouth to Massachusetts in 1620 to found the New World colony.

Its ossified remains popped up on George W Bush's Predator Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas, just as the killer planes struck New York's World Trade Center.

A bottle of Paraquat herbicide retails at a bargain 54p.

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