Where and When?
Flunstellas are thoughts that appear floating with a life of their own in social spaces, such as cafes, libraries, schools, hospitals and shops. Not everyone can see them, of all age groups children, teenagers and older people seem to see them the most. Often people have claimed to have seen them after intense emotional experiences.
What do they look like?
There are many different breeds and species of Flunstellas, each with different shapes, colors, markings and sizes. Some glow, some fade and some display information as text, pictures or moving images.
How do they move?
They move around in a variety of different ways, some smoothly, some aggressively, some choosing to just hover at a particular point. They are highly social, they have been seen following each other and flocking in groups and attacking each other. They seem to be able to sense what is happening around them, acting differently when close to different people, objects and other thoughts. They don’t seem to be intelligent in themselves, in fact individually they seem quite dumb.