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Many raised on the 90s art and crafts show Art Attack still harbour an unwavering belief that Neil Buchanan could build a nuclear reactor out of papier-mâché and PVA glue.

One of the most prominent features of the CITV children's show was "The Head".

It was a weird, moving, talking Roman statue bust that brought light relief to the otherwise intense crafting show.

Anyway, people think they've seen a secret message in the head's flowing locks.

What do you think? Were we traumatised from a young age? Or is it just hair?

Skip to five and a halfminutes into the below video, to judge for yourself.

Bonus info: Art Attack host Neil Buchanan is in a heavy metal band called Marseille.

They've released four albums and six singles since their formation in 1976.

Amazing.

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