"Not only are they deadly (look away, you die, blink, you die, look them in the eyes, you die) and fiercely intelligent (as shown when they steal Bob's vocal chords), but it takes an everyday object and makes you wonder" said Alyssa Woods. "I can't look at statues anymore without freaking out," added Erin Louise Johanson.
George Hanson Jnr. explained: "The Weeping Angels are the most frightening Doctor Who Monster because no one knows what their objective is. Are they purely evil, just wanting to kill for joy, or is there a reason to why they do what they do?"
Lizzie Eva Anderson had another theory: "They don't scare me because they're evil and they'll murder me just because, but because they're what I've been afraid of my whole life; that thing that will murder you when you aren't looking and aren't expecting it." And Alexander McGee agreed: "They are the most terrifying because they do not conform to the typical psychology of destruction. Creatures of the abstract, what could possibly be more terrifying?"
Sarina Eden Roose said: "Normally i don't get freaked ou about doctor who monsters, but every time i'm walking past any statue i always feel the need to stared at them without blinking!!"
Ashleen Macaleff said: "They forced me to keep my eyes wide open in the episodes and made me dread the next scene...almost like in underwater scenes where you feel you have to hold your breath."