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Dinky Doors: tiny alien spaceship has crash landed in Cambridge




Aliens have crash landed in Cambridge and it looks as though they arrived in a Dinky Flying Object.

The ‘Supreme Leader’, who has been instructing anonymous artists Dinky Doors to make tiny gateways around the city has decided to check out their work for himself.

Dinky Doors latest has a space ship crashing into the wsall on Riverside by the Museum of Technology, Pam Halls from the muesum surveys the damage. Picture: Keith Heppell. (13609046)
Dinky Doors latest has a space ship crashing into the wsall on Riverside by the Museum of Technology, Pam Halls from the muesum surveys the damage. Picture: Keith Heppell. (13609046)

It turns out the leader is just as dinky as all the portals he ordered to be built. His miniature spacecraft, complete with a fairy-sized A to Z of Earth and some dashboard dice, has landed at the Museum of Technology.

A spokesperson for Dinky Doors said: “The Supreme Leader, in an effort to make sure we understand their communications, has gone slightly rogue. They've taken it upon themselves to visit Earth directly and have made the perilous journey through the atmosphere.

Dinky Doors latest has a space ship crashing into the wsall on Riverside by the Museum of Technology, Pam Halls from the muesum surveys the damage. Picture: Keith Heppell. (13609054)
Dinky Doors latest has a space ship crashing into the wsall on Riverside by the Museum of Technology, Pam Halls from the muesum surveys the damage. Picture: Keith Heppell. (13609054)

“It's amazing that they found Earth, let alone plotted a trajectory that brought them to Cambridge. Sadly, the journey took a lot of fuel, and in a last ditch attempt to land safely, on the advice of their dinky advisor, the Supreme Leader embedded their ship in the Museum of Technology's wall.

“The Supreme Leader appears to have survived, despite the horrific crash. A trail of footprints lead off into the museum. Perhaps visitors to the museum will be able to find the Supreme Leader too.”

To find all the locations of the other Dinky Doors, visit dinkydoors.co.uk.

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