Theodore Fenwicke's three Victorian booths house 'The Man Eating Chicken', 'The Fortune-Telling Head' and 'The Wildman of Kelvindale'. Roll up! Roll up!
The characters are unveiled by the Carnival Barker, Theodore Fenwicke, who tells fantastical tales of their dramatic discovery or cunning capture. 'The Man Eating Chicken’ - “harpooned whilst canoeing up the Orinocco River". 'The Fortune-Telling Head’ - "rescued just before the sacking of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg". ‘The Wildman of Kelvindale' - "unearthed from a Peat Bog in the beer garden of a hostelry in Kelvindale, Glasgow”.