Substitutionary locomotion proved to be hoax!

Funny story written by KendoMonkey

Friday, 22 August 2003

New evidence has come to light to suggest that the "Substitutionary Locomotion" which saved England from the terrible tyranical rule of the evil vampire-like Nazis, was actually a cheap parlour trick! Professor Emelius Brown, famous derring-doer during the 1944 escapade, has released a new book entitled: "Me - and Making Shit Up".

One particularly enlightening passage reads:

"When the children first encouraged Miss Price to try the locomotionary spell, I thought 'Here's your chance, Emelius me-boy, here's your chance.' I won't go into the details of how I did it, but basically by the time she retried the spell I'd rigged everything up. I couldn't believe that she fell for it. Mind you, I can't believe that the Nazi's fell for it, either."

126 years old Eglentine Price has so far declined to comment on the revelations.

Brown and Price's stories were later converted into the best selling Buena Vista film, "Jeepers Creepers".

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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