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Who Is The Unknown? Willy Wonka’s Viral Villain & His New Horror Movie Explained

The Unknown is a viral and hilariously strange aspect of the Willy Wonka experience in Glasgow, which lured parents and children to an event promising wonders worthy of Roald Dahl’s original book … only to radically disappoint every single attendee in the weirdest possible way. Ticketholders arrived to find a nearly empty warehouse with depressing decorations and a few baffled actors who were given absolutely no direction and a script that was apparently written by artificial intelligence. The kids who showed up were reportedly given about two pieces of candy and a tiny bit of lemonade, and the entire thing was so traumatic that someone ended up calling the Scottish police.

Then there’s The Unknown, who, per videos from the event, popped out from behind a mirror and scared unsuspecting kids … even though it paled in comparison to the horrors found in the original “Willy Wonka” movie. According to a TikTok by Paul Connell, who was stuck playing Wonka, the script offered more confusing details than answers about who or what The Unknown is (which really only explains the moniker of “The Unknown”). As Connell read in his video, “‘There is a man who lives here, his name is not known. So we call him The Unknown. The Unknown is an evil chocolate maker who lives in the walls.'” If there is ever a movie about The Unknown, perhaps we’ll finally learn if he is a guy making evil chocolate or is simply an evil guy who also makes chocolate.

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