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Dog walker finds ear in Warwickshire park: David Lynch is innocent

by | 16th, May 2016

warwickshire ear severed police

 

To a park in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, where a dog walker has found an ear lying on the grass. He calls Warwickshire Police. They explain:

“Police were called to reports of a human ear being found in parkland near Frensham Drive, Nuneaton. The call was made with good intentions but thankfully the ear turned out to be a prosthetic and this incident is now closed.”

A prosthetic human ear? Anyone out there with wonky glasses?

It reminds me of David Lynch’s 1986 film, Blue Velvet. Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle Maclachlan) finds a severed / prosthetic ear in a field.  Lynch explained:

“I don’t know why it had to be an ear. Except it needed to be an opening of a part of the body, a hole into something else… The ear sits on the head and goes right into the mind so it felt perfect”.

Unless it’s a cloth ear?

 

 

Nothing to see here. Move along…



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