Dolls are one of the oldest types of toys. These toys for kids can be used for imaginative play, and they shouldn’t be something that should be feared…or should they?
As horror movies have shown us, dolls can be evil and sinister. From the collection of ventriloquist dummies in Dead Silence to the living dolls in the classic horror film Dolls or to the murderer trapped in a Chucky doll in the series Child’s Play, dolls don’t seem so innocent.
While these may be scary, they’re all just movies, right? In many cases, yes, evil, haunted dolls are fictional, cooked up by Hollywood writers and producers to bring in big box office numbers. However, some of these tales seen on the big screen, in TV, and in books are thought to be true, and owners of evil dolls have even turned to the experts to prove that haunted toys really exist.
Evil spirits taking over dolls who then haunt the owners seem like a figment of the imagination, but there have been some instances in history when unexplained things have happened and a haunted doll was to blame. These aren’t just your everyday children’s toys. Read on to find out more about 20 recorded cases of the most haunted dolls in history.
20 Okiku’s Hair Grows
19 Haunted Caroline Means No Harm
18 Bebe May Hold the Spirit of a Murdered Girl
17 Elmo Knows How to Kill
16 Joliet Brings Along an Evil Curse
15 Mandy Isn’t Your Typical Porcelain Doll
14 Pupa Causes Mischief
13 Emilia Misses Her Mommy
12 Haunted Doll Amanda Moves from Place to Place
11 Don’t Remove Her Blindfold
10 Voodoo and a Haunted Doll
9 Haunted Doll Shows No Mercy
8 Alice the Doll Is Watching You
7 Letta Me Out
6 Beware the Devil Baby
5 Peggy Affects People Through Video
4 Don’t Take Photos Without Permission
3 Creepy Things Happen on Doll Island
2 Harold: The Doll that Started It All
1 The Story of Annabelle Hits the Big Screen
The Conjuring was a tale of a haunted house, a story that is said to be based on true events. In the movie, Ed and Lorraine Warren, a married pair of psychic investigators, come to get rid of the evil spirits in the house. In the movie, we get a glimpse inside of their museum, which has a doll housed in a glass case. This doll is known as Annabelle, and she was the focus of the sequel, Annabelle. The Warrens do have Annabelle, a Raggedy Ann doll who was purchased by a college student. After the student and her roommates discovered odd things happening, the Warrens determined that Annabelle was possessed by a demon, and they took the doll, locked it in a case, and have not let it out since.
Sources: ibtimes.com, dailymail.co.uk, theatlantic.com
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