The arboreal doppelgangers are the spitting images of George from Rainbow, Bert from Sesame Street, the pesky Road Runner and a gremlin from the 1980s hit movie.
Ken Laverty spotted Bert when he was looking out of his front window in Lyminge, Kent, and saw the narrow trunk with its distinctive face.
Barking mad: The bulging trunk of this tree looks uncannily like George the hippo from children's show Rainbow. It was spotted at Bedgebury Pinetum in Goudhurst, Kent
Still stumped? This copycat of Wile E Coyote's bugbear Road Runner was pictured by Tony Doust in a lake at Scotney Castle, near Tubridge Wells in Kent
Meanwhile, Eagle-eyed Tony Doust spotted Road Runner in a lake at Scotney Castle near Tunbridge Wells and George at Bedgebury Pinetum, Goudhurst, in the same county.
Ken, 62, said: 'The tree is in front of some managed flats and over the years two branches must have been cut off because they have grown out over the footpath.
'My wife and I only noticed it when we were waiting for a taxi and it reminded us of a character from the telly. I think it was Bert from Sesame Street.
'So now every day we are aware of this grumpy face looking at us from across the road.'
Sesame Tree: This natural spitting image of Bert from Sesame Street was found in a garden, also in Kent, by eagle-eyed Ken Laverty
The devil is in the details: With its menacing 'eyes' and grin, this trunk bears a spooky likeness to one of the gremlins from the 80s movie
Tony, 63, from Kingswood, Kent, who snapped George and Road Runner, said: 'My wife and I were out walking on both occasions and these things just hit us.