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"She’s read all the stories from a strange blue book she found in the beasts library, she’d never expect those stories would be true. Especially when she stumbled across a peculiar blue box."

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But there were stories that out there, wherever that was, there existed a shadowy half-man, simultaneously alive and dead, murderer and victim. No one knew what he looked like, except that he had only one arm – and no one could agree which one he had lost, or how it had happened. His name was Grandfather Paradox, and if you were naughty he would find you and use you and destroy you, as part of his labyrinthine schemes against the Time Lords. The Doctor had taken the story very, very seriously as a child. For months, perhaps even years, afterwards he had worried that Grandfather Paradox was under his bed, or lurking beneath the table in the refectory, or making the noises he could hear outside at night. 

– Lance Parkin, The Gallifrey Chronicles

FOR EVERYONE WHO DIDN'T UNDERSTAND LISTEN (WHICH IS APPARENTLY A LOT)
  1. The Doctor wrote LISTEN and forgot
  2. There was a kid under the blanket
  3. Orson Pink was going mad from isolation
  4. The Banging and screeching was causes by cooling pipes and air escaping from the broken air shield
  5. THERE WAS NEVER ANY CREATURE. IT WAS ALL IN THIER MINDS. The fear in this episode is the fear of not knowing, the fear of not seeing, and the fear of the belief that something is standing right behind you, right under the bed, even when there isn’t.
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