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At Zombie Con X there was a dealer that had some of the creepiest dolls I have ever seen. Dead babies. Babies with horns. Babies with one eye in the middle of their head. Babies with 40 eyes all over their face. All very realistic. don't know the company name but this is sortta what I am talking about: autopsybabies.comTheresa Banewww.theresabane.net
Okay....I'll give it to you. That is ONE CREEPY DOLL! My mom's cousin lived in this huge old Victorian house and in her attack was a bunch of red velvet furniture and old Victorian age dolls. THAT was a creepy place to be. My Pop and I went and stayed with them once. They had no kids and no extra room so guess who had to sleep on the crushed velvet sofa in the room full of creepy dolls? Who puts an 8 year old with a WILD imagination in such a place?!?!?!Yep. I didnt sleep much the four or five days we were there.HugzDonica Covey
When I was younger, I used to turn my dolls so they would face the wall. I believed they had souls and would come to life at night. I recently saw "The Doll" on Night Gallery. Now she was creepy!
That doll is part of the series "Living Dead Dolls". Used to be a store in one of the malls here that had the whole set. Unfortunately, the store is gone. :( Now I only see them in magazines like "Fangoria" and "Rue Morgue". Am I the only one who thought the doll from that "Night Gallery" episode looked like Bette Davis in Whatever Happened To Baby Jane??
It's been a while since viewed any Night Gallery ep. When can do so, have to check that particular one out.I can't remember the name of the series, but was in the 60s this series based on true hauntings and one had these haunted dolls a little girl had. Another is a place in Chesapeake, VA. that the owner has this haunted doll that was investigated by the Ghost Hunters couple years ago.
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