Residents of a village have been baffled by the weekly appearance of "coach loads" of tourists in their road.
Groups of sightseers in Kidlington have been seen posing for photos in front gardens and against parked cars.
Locals have no idea why the quiet suburb, about five miles north of Oxford, has become a tourist magnet.
Inspector Morse, Love Island and Harry Potter are among the causes suggested for the tourists' interest.
The tourists are a short walk from thatched cottages and an old church, but prefer taking photos of themselves outside modern houses.
"I do find it hilarious, but I am at a loss to understand it," one poster said. "Whose idea was it to turn Benmead Road into a tourist attraction？"
Residents say the groups have been appearing for the last three weeks.