Facts About Wickham
Elvis Presley is alive and living in Wickham
Facts About Wickham
Wickham has two active volcanos. Luckily they have not errupted for around four hundred years.
Facts About Wickham
Wickham has been voted "Nation most likely to take over the world" for twelve years running
Facts About Wickham
Watership Down was originally based in Wickham
Facts About Wickham
Microwave ovens are illegal in Wickham
Facts About Wickham
Despite continual denials, Nik Kershaw's surreal 1984 top-five hit "The Riddle" is actually about Wickham.
Facts About Wickham
Wickham has it's own public holiday, during which the residents form a naked conga line and dance to a nearby town chosen at random.
Facts About Wickham
Television cameras are illegal in Wickham unless operated by a member of the clergy.
Facts About Wickham
There is a small cave in Wickham known as 'Wickham Nook'. Nobody has ever come out of it alive.
Facts About Wickham
MI6 have, on many occasions, denied all knowledge of Wickham or it's existance
Facts About Wickham
Wickham's busiest motorway is completely straight. Regardless, driving for long enough will bring you back to where you started.
Facts About Wickham
Many of Wickham's older residents are believed to be clinically dead, despite still being capable of basic bodily functions such as speech.
Facts About Wickham
Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower is based on a much larger monument that used to stand in Wickham Square. To this day nobody knows who stole it.
Facts About Wickham
Motor insurance is not compulsory in Wickham.
Facts About Wickham
Wickham has its own religion. It involves the daily worship of Adge Cutler, whose ghost haunts the barn of one of the local farms.
Facts About Wickham
Fred Durst bought his red hat in Wickham.
Facts About Wickham
The original DeLorean from the Back to the Future movies is owned by a Wickham resident. The time travel function no longer works.
Facts About Wickham
Wickham actually has no gravity. The pressure due to the high density of the air keeps heavy objects on the ground.
Facts About Wickham
GPS receivers do not work in Wickham or the surrounding area
Facts About Wickham
Wickham was known as "Thwackville" until 1754
Facts About Wickham
Wickham is believed to be the location of the eighth Mysterious City of Gold.
Facts About Wickham
Due to an oversight in drawing up an international treaty, Wickham is still part of the EU.
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