Published: 14:00, 02 November 2015 |
Updated: 18:11, 02 November 2015
A student has told how she has become the victim of a bizarre stalking campaign involving dozens of decapitated and 'blood' covered rubber ducks.
Abbie Coombs, 19, found six rubber ducks hidden around her bedroom in student digs on her second day at Cambridge University.
As she walked around she spotted ducks in her fridge, next to her jewellery box, on a shelf, in her shower and in a drawer.
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Normally when Cambridge students receive parcels all they need on the envelope is their name and college address, however Abbie's room number was written too.
During exams term Abbie came back from the library at 1am to find her room pitch black with a creepy circle of candles and ducks on her floor.
In the middle was a star drawn in brown sauce underneath a piece of her chicken breast which had 'DUCK' written on it.
Every couple of weeks Abbie, who has modeled for agencies Base Management and Mission Models, began receiving a new duck, each one slightly creepier than the last.
She found a headless duck under her bed sheets after returning from the library at 12.30pm.
Abbie, who has found 24 ducks so far, said: "Under my sheets was the body of a duck without a head and it was covered in red nail polish to look like it was bleeding. It was really creepy."
The next one was a pink and in Abbie's underwear drawer.
The college has been approached for a comment.
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