Top 7 Most Haunted Dolls in the World – The world is full of mysteries, including human-made objects that are supposed to be funny. One of them is a doll.
This sounds absurd, but following haunted dolls in the world are famous for their mystical stories that have been witnessed by many people. What’s that? Let’s see the mystery!
1. Robert the Doll
The first list of most haunted dolls in the world is Robert. Robert is a doll belonging to the painter Robert Eugene Otto. The name “Robert” itself is given based on the first name of the owner of the doll.
Robert looks just like any other doll. He looks cute in a sailor uniform.
While with the painter, this doll often causes oddities, such as laughing, running from room to room and walking around mysteriously.
Because the behavior of Robert, he was kept in the attic until 1974. After that, he frequently changed owners until in 1994 dolls donated to the Fort East Martello Museum in Florida.
While in the museum, Robert the doll again causes paranormal activities. Such as turning his head to follow museum visitors who pass by.
Until now, this spooky doll is still in the Museum for publication. He was sitting on a wooden chair.
Okiku is a doll figure that 17-year-old Eikichi Suzuki bought for her sister. This doll is named after the first name of the owner of the doll. She became very close to the doll.
Unluckily, one year later, the owner of the doll had a fever that caused she died.
In honor of her death, the family built an altar that placed the Okiku doll in the center.
Shortly after the doll was placed on the altar, Suzuki noticed something strange happened to Okiku, where the doll’s hair continued to grow.
The family began to believe that the spirit of the princess was present in the doll. So, the family donated the doll to Mannenji Temple in Japan.
To this day, Okiku is still on display at the temple. And many believe that Okiku’s hair is still growing. Currently, Okiku’s hair is 25 cm long.
It seems that among the spooky dolls in the world, Annabelle is on the top for the famous doll. Because of her fame, Annabelle became a scary doll character in the film.
Annabelle’s story begins with Donna, a nursing student who receives a doll as a gift from her mother. Long story short, Donna and her roommate always experience paranormal activity that makes no sense.
Donna suspects that the paranormal activity is the work of the Annabelle doll, which is also believed to have invisible powers.
Paranormal experiences that scare Donna and her roommates, such as dolls shifting positions, to supernatural attacks of mysterious source.
Since experiencing these absurd events, they contact famous psychics Ed and Lorraine Warren. Finally, it was decided that Annabelle would be taken to their occult museum to be kept there.
Sadly, The Warren’s Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut, has been permanently closed.
4. Mandy the Doll
Mandy the Doll, now on display at the Quesnel and District Museum in British Columbia, Canada. She’s been there since 1991.
At the museum, Mandy wore the same clothes as when she was donated. She was wearing shabby clothes with broken face that made her look scary.
Not only that, Mandy always makes noise for museum staff and visitors. For example, office equipment that moves from place to place, the sound of mysterious steps, to a cynical smile at the visitor that makes she looks alive.
Next on the list of haunted dolls in the world is Harold.
It’s a bit strange if a doll that brings a curse appears on eBay. That moment happened in 2003.
The person who sold Harold claims that during his possession, he has always experienced paranormal things. Such as the death of his cat, chronic migraines, and the mysterious sounds of children playing in his basement.
After 2003, this haunted doll changed ownership, until Anthony Quinata became his final master.
It turned out that Anthony was experiencing irrational things too. Finally, he threw away the doll and vowed never to talk about Harold again.
6. La Pascualita
Flying to Central America, the next story about a haunted spooky doll in Mexico.
No one thought that a beautiful mannequin had been standing in the La Popular bridal shop in Chihuahua, Mexico for more than 80 years.
Behind the beautiful mannequin, there is a rumor that the mannequin is the corpse of the shop owner’s daughter. That’s because the details of the mannequin are so perfect, just like human.
Perfect details like the veins, perfect eyes for a mannequin, and perfect hand shape like a human.
In addition to the perfection of La Pascualita’s shape, local residents believe that the mannequin can move at night, and her eyes seem to follow the passing visitors.
But rumors are still rumors, unproven until now. In fact, the owner has strongly denied accusations that the mannequin is not a corpse as in the rumors.
7. Isla de las Muñecas (Island of Dolls)
In Mexico, there is a story about Don Julian Santana Barrera who finds the body of a drowned girl. He also found a floating doll near the girl.
As a form of honor, he hung the doll on a tree. However, he is still haunted by the girl’s spirit.
He hung more dolls on the island to make the girl’s spirit peaceful.
Up to 50 years collecting dolls, until in 2001 Barrera died. He died by drowning. Strangely, he drowned in the same place as he found the girl’s body.
The story of this spooky doll is on Isla de las Muñecas, an island in Southern Mexico which is also known as the “Island of the Dolls”.
Those are some haunted dolls in the world that are believed to have supernatural powers. Believe it or not, it comes back to you!