Theory: Knowing how bizarre Fazbear’s Frights can get, the titular “Puppet Carver” story is not going to relate to Charlie or Puppet whatsoever, but a different story in the same book will, but it would be called, like, “The Four Humors” or some shit and have her crawl out of a TV screen and drain a dude’s blood
The Puppet Carver is about Doc Carver from Showdown Bandit. meanwhile, William’s humor turns out to be blood
Ok the Fazbear’s Frights series may be a trainwreck, but I’m genuinely invested in it because it’s a trainwreck. I wonder what bullshit they’re gonna come with next. Is Toy Freddy gonna have lazer vision? Is the Puppet gonna somehow end up with (phony) medical degree and start the zombie apocalypse? Is a fucking bibibab gonna become a genie and steal some punk goth kid’s kidneys? Is Toy Bonnie gonna somehow get a TikTok account to kidnap 15 year olds? Who knows, probably not Scott
I mean other real-life brands have appeared in FNAF books before so at this point tiktok being canon would be the least weird thing in them
The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather’s Porridge? (1930)
The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather’s Porridge is a british marionette short film directed by Jack Harrison and produced by Joseph Seiden with music by Philip Braham. The film starts in an opium den where a woman is forced to dance for the inebriated opium users. Things escalate into a fight, causing one of the patrons to pull a gun and kill almost everyone, and Herlock Sholmes, an obvious parody of Sherlock Holmes, I’d called in to solve the murder mystery.
The film is notable for being one of the earliest known puppetry films to feature synchronised sound.