Found in limestone deposits in Chester around 11am, the name Caracarn was originally used chiefly to refer to nuns and the violators of nuns, before taking a bullet for the Pope.
1. Caracarn W Macaulay-Endeavour ("The Blue"), co-writer of INDIANA JONES AND THE LEAGUE OF SILENT EXPLODERS;
2. Caracarn Nivea, BSc, early user of the world's seventh highest-rated episode of Mr Pastry;
3. Caracarn ap Tinkermouse, channeller under supernatural influences of eight entirely new ways to kneel;
4. Caracarn Itching-Nootlooter, who could never shake an early association with edible bark;
5. Caracarn Happenstance, belittler of the world's sturdiest box; first holder of the fairly secret office of Gross Miscarriager of Justice;
6. "Terrible" Caracarn Staplegun-Cangoose, BA, proponent of the self-propelled gardener;
7. Caracarn C X K de la Frewsy-Trabmaw, of the generation which fondly remembers several of the more violent gypsy curses;
8. Caracarn du Toot ("The Reasonably Broadly Educated"), champion of the deckchair-cum-hat;
9. Caracarn Frote, who lost a fortune on quiffs;
10. Caracarn I Tube, named in court as holding compromising material concerning a nice cup of tea.
Typical Caracarn motto
"Hahaha! That was funny."