Welcome to the A to Z blogging challenge! My theme is Doctor Who because its the topic my kids voted we do together. We're sticking with people, places, creatures, and episodes from the newer series starting with Christopher Eccleston's (#9) simply because we haven't watched all the Classics...yet.
You can find the list of other participants HERE. I'm #149.
Pandorica--*squee!* Just mention the Pandorica and any Whovian will squeal in delight. The perfect prison and the ultimate saving device. It's also the reason the Last Centurion stood guard for over two thousand years to protect the love of his life. Perhaps the best part is where the Pandorica lay hidden. Beneath Stonehenge. Come on, you don't get any cooler than that!
If you need another "jumping in spot" try the episode The Pandorica Opens.
Peg Dolls--Here's another example of how the creators and writers of Doctor Who take our childhood fears and use them to great advantage. In the episode Night Terrors, a scared little boy is afraid of what's in the cupboard. What's in there? Psychic representations of all his fears!
Amy and Rory get trapped inside and have to run from these dolls. If they touch you they turn you into a doll. You lose all your personality and enter a sort of "living death". Good thing the Doctor is on the case!