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What TV program was like children of the stones but the stones had eyes and moved closer to the house?


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2007-11-25 11:16:42
2007-11-25 11:16:42

I can remember watching this with my sister in the 70's It was very scary and I can remember what looked liked gurkins surrounding a house and they got closer to the house each week. There was a disabled boy in it and the creatures had eyes. I thought it might be children of the stones another 70's program but when I got the DVD I found it was not. I am sure it was earlier than 1977 Actually it was called "Escape into the Night" based on a book called "Marianne Dreams" by Catherine Storr. It was also made into a film in the 90's called "Paperhouse".

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