Ben writes, "This doll was recently for sale on eBay. The auction stated that the doll was given to a young girl in the hospital before she died. After the death of the girl the doll began to take on a life of it's own. Some of the activity was beginning to scare the family until they finally gave it away. The new owner promptly sold it on eBay."
The mummies, because they were formed naturally, are much more gruesome looking then your standard Egyptian mummy. With gaunt and twisted faces like extras from a horror movie, and often covered in the tattered rags they were buried in, the mummies stand, lean and recline in glass cases throughout the museum. Perhaps the most shocking to visitors are the shrunken children mummies, and one in particular claimed to be "the world's smallest mummy" is no bigger then a loaf of bread.
This is Carrie she has an Antique Schoenau & Hoffmeister Head, and a reproduction full bisque ball jointed body. She is 26 to 28 inches tall. She is extremely active. And very wonderful to have. sHE is a haunted doll and you can find her at Bess and Sarahs haunted dolls on FACEBOOK
The Haunted Doll Cam Another site, the Doll House Cam, streams video of dolls 24/7 to give viewers the chance to spot a haunted doll in action. Viewers have shared all sorts of finds in the Cam Capture section, though most require a healthy dose of imagination to see. Some finds, on the other hand, are quite unnerving. In March 2009, the cam captured what appears to be a child’s ghost lurking at the bottom of the stairs. Do you think it’s real?
The haunted sleeping doll. The owner placed her in a wood cradle near other dolls. The next morning, she noticed that most of the dolls were out of place. She puts everything back where they belonged. Throughout the day she heard noises coming from upstairs, even when she knew there was no one there. This continued on pretty much every day, as did the disarray of the dolls and toys.
Are You Sleeping? Only in Mexico... for over 50 years the reclusive hermit Julian Santana lived alone on a small island in Teshuilo Lake sandwiched in the canal-lands between Xochimilco and Mexico City. La Isla de las Muñecas as it has come to be known is a place rich in myth and legend. The story goes that three girls were visiting the island long ago and one drowned, leaving the island haunted by her spirit... when taking residence there, Santana put up a doll as protection.