Strange Disturbance at Abbey!
From the CLT's Reporter 'On the Spot!' Local residents of the village of Tumbridge Wells, have reported strange noises coming from the old abandoned Netherington Abbey. Local theatre stalwart, Ron Dowd, who happened to be passing, said that there were strange noises coming from the Abbey following a local disturbance in the skies earlier in the evening. The sounds of a car chase through mountainous terrain, low flying aircraft and what even sounded like a sword fight, all emanated from the venerable old site. Thankfully, a vehicle recognised as being owned by heroic champion, Hugh 'Bullshot' Crummond, was seen parked near the Abbey. CLT Theatre director Dowd, stated, "for all intents and purposes it sounded like the fights, the car chases and even the 'evil German Scientist accents', had been all rehearsed for months by a small but intensely active cast!" Viewing parties (of what is fast becoming known as the "Crummond Incident") are being arranged and you can get your ticket to the reenactment by visiting www.clt.org.au online. "Bullshot Crummond" at the Cooma Little Theater for a strictly limited season. 3rd & 4th, 10th & 11th, or the 17th & 18th of November, with matinee performances on the 11th and 18th. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. for the matinee. Remember ... Before there was Bond, there was Bullshot!!