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Peter Pan

Peter Pan was a children's stage play and later novel written by J. M. Barrie.

It was Abney's favourite book. (PROSE: Long Term)

The First Doctor accidentally inspired the story when the original author witnessed his encounter with Soul Pirates. (PROSE: A Big Hand for the Doctor)

Charlotte Pollard compared the Eighth Doctor to Peter Pan, and herself to Wendy. (AUDIO: Neverland)

After seeing a film version of Peter Pan during her childhood, Lucie Miller developed a morbid fear of crocodiles. (AUDIO: The Skull of Sobek)

Watching Oscar Phillips fall from the window of St Helen's Hospital, it looked to Gwen Cooper as if he might fly - like the Darling children from Peter Pan. He didn't. (PROSE: Bay of the Dead)

Millie Peterson invited the Eleventh Doctor to attend a pantomime of the story at Christmas with her mother Rachael Peterson and cousin, Louie Rollins. The panto never took place, as no one had showed up because of the weather and the theatre's power was then sabotaged by the Brakari. (PROSE: Snowfall)

River Song referred to a saline drone as Tinker Bell, a fairy from Peter Pan. (AUDIO: The Boundless Sea)

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