The DFO: Aliens have crash-landed in Cambridge!!!111!!1!!!11!!!

This wasn’t meant to happen.

A DFO (Dinky Flying Object) has crash-landed in Cambridge. We didn’t make this one, obvs, it came from OUTER SPACE. Crikey. Clearly we couldn’t have made it - the Dinky HQ workshop *isn’t* in space. That would be silly. Real aliens. Amongst us. In Cambridge. Amazing.

Anyway… do watch the video above to see exactly what happened. We’re not saying the Supreme Leader is strong-willed, but, well, evidence suggests….

Rest assured though, despite the dramatic scenes at the crash site, we can clearly see the Supreme Leader survived. Which is undoubtedly the most important thing.

But where are they?

There does appear to be a trail of footprints leading off into the quite fantabulous Museum of Technology. So that would be top of the list of possible locations. Maybe you can help in the search by visiting the museum and surreptitiously scouting around their amazing technology to see if you can find the Supreme Leader? That would be awesome.

Phew! Looks like they managed to escape. But where? Can you help us to find them?

Phew! Looks like they managed to escape. But where? Can you help us to find them?

Chill.

Chill.

Pffft! Personal number plate.

Pffft! Personal number plate.

The landing didn’t go quite according to plan…

The landing didn’t go quite according to plan…

Move along here, nothing to see…

Move along here, nothing to see…

Scronch!

Scronch!

Do pop along to the museum. It’s like a Steampunk marvel. All big machinery and a wonderful reminder of our Victorian technological past. Great for humans of all ages.

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