Would You Want A Haunted Doll?

Haunted Dolls Have Always Been Around

But would you want one?

I would have to say “No Way Would I Want A Haunted Doll In My Home!” … As many of you may know, if you’ve read any of my previous posts … Dolls Creep Me Out!! It has been something that has gone on from childhood — And no amount of therapy is going to change my mind about them … or clowns … or puppets … Yes, I have a lot of hang-ups …

So,,. for me it is all about the story. I’d rather collect the stories of others than to have them as my own personal paranormal experiences …


Patty Adams Of The G Team Paranormal Investigations Invited Her Friend Omar Gosh To Her Home Along With His New Haunted Doll

All I can say is “Why?”

It’s what they do … But I don’t believe they were prepared for the experiences they had. It is fortunate for us that they caught much of it on tape … but you be the judge …


A Scary Paranormal Experience With Patty, Omar And Two Haunted Dolls 


That Was Creepy …

I don’t know what to make of the EVPs … I believe there was communication … And there was definitely a story to be learned here … But … as is usually the case some facts are sketchy …

I think the little haunted doll of Omar’s is named Heather … I believe she may have been around when “Mary” was doing her killings and was trying to explain at least one case … But as I mentioned most of the facts are sketchy at best …

No matter how well protected one’s home may be … it is never wise to bring haunted items — especially when you’re living there with children … and inviting other famiy members into your home with their children …

For me, my home is my safe haven … Yes, I have a resident ghost with others stopping by from time to time … but I don’t willingly seek out haunted objects to see what will happen … I’m just not that adventuresome … 

That’s why I collect stories and leave the investigating to others …

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G Team Investigation Video

I was excited to see Patty and Omar doing an investigation together.

They made the video below for their fans.

Omar recently moved his family to their new home, but they did visit his previous residence to make this video.

His haunted dolls are in his old residence and very much the subject of the video. Now, I’m not a real fan of dolls — they creep me out generally, however, I do have a couple in my home that I don’t find especially creepy … but the new ones Omar acquired is another story entirely.

An empty house can be creepy all on its own without being haunted.

Sometimes spirits become active … or we just hear the echo of a house creaking … But I believe more was going on …

We have to have an open mind about the paranormal vs. “normal” activities. Patty and Omar look for reasons why they’re hearing or seeing certain events … hearing a sound — a car driving by … a slamming door … coat hangers moving … a clicking sound …

Was it the dolls? A spirit or spirits living in the house? A demonic spirit that came out of the dolls?

You can decide for yourself … 

Paranormal Activity — G Team Paranormal Investigators …

What do you think?

I enjoyed the video. I thought it worthwhile to share here with you. I would appreciate your comments.

As I mentioned earlier, dolls are creepy to me … I doubt I would willing transport haunted dolls to my home.

Did you receive any creepy vibs from the dolls?

I truly can say I didn’t … but this was from a video … but my precious little Yorkshire Terrier did bark a few times during the video … and after viewing it and writing this blog post I was hearing some strange sounds … I’m not sure if they were inside my house or outside … thankfully it wasn’t tapping or music box music … but it was movement of some sort I couldn’t place.

Well … I do hope you enjoyed the video …

And the picture I selected for this post … kind of like the crypt keeper of years ago …

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Would You Buy A Haunted Doll?

I can’t imagine  adopting a haunted doll.

I was at my favorite antique mall a few weeks ago with some friends and I witnessed something I won’t soon forget.

We were looking around and when Barbara and Amy went to look at dolls, I followed them. I immediately experienced an overwhelming feeling of sadness came over me.  It reminded me of the feeling others experienced with the famous Mandy doll.  Amy was drawn to one particular doll that was in a locked display case.  Barbara went into the next booth and was looking around.  I found something across from them and was browsing for a few minutes. Then I glanced back at the booth where Amy was waiting for someone to open the display case.  The doll had shifted position and had turned to look at the booth where I was standing.

I have to admit it made me feel uncomfortable, but it was worth experimenting.  What did I have to fear?  The doll was locked up.  I joined Amy and was looking around at other dolls in other cases and some that were out.  After a few minutes of browsing, I looked back at “Amy’s doll” and once again she changed position, looking straight at me.

I asked Amy if she was aware that the doll moved, but she hadn’t noticed.

So, I had Amy move around as I had earlier.  I joined Barbara during this experiment so I wouldn’t distract the doll or Amy.  To Amy’s disappointment, the doll didn’t move.

I shared her disappointment.  Amy really wanted this doll and had every intention of buying it.  Now I don’t know if the doll knew this and was waiting until Amy took it home to move around or what.

Amy was having second thoughts, thinking the doll wanted me to buy it, but I told her I had no intention of buying any dolls.  I do have dolls, but I’m not planning to add to my collection.

By the time someone finally came with the key to unlock the cabinet, the doll again shifted position. This time she had raised her right arm in a gesture of waving.  She did seem happy to see the woman with the key or delighted that the cabinet was being opened. Amy saw this change in the doll.

Again, I thought back to the Mandy doll.

I had no idea what the doll was thinking at the time, but the look on her face wasn’t happy. I was curious what she was going to do.  Amy did pick up the doll and examined her closely.  Instead of making any statement about the doll’s condition and an offer, Amy handed the doll to the woman, thanked her and walked away to another booth.

I wanted to ask Amy why she didn’t buy the doll, but I knew Amy would talk about it when she was ready to do so.

At lunch, Barbara blunting asked why Amy didn’t buy the doll after waiting so long.

Amy shrugged and said, “It didn’t feel right.  It was warm to the touch and when I was examining it . . .” she paused and showed us the inside of her left hand.

There was a raised red welt in her palm.  Barbara immediately spoke up, “It bit you!”

I almost choked on the sip of water I had just taken.

Well, I had to agree with Amy.  I wouldn’t want a doll that would bite me and I wouldn’t want a doll that was obviously haunted.  On the latter point, Amy and I disagreed.  She was looking forward to having a haunted doll.

I suppose I won’t be smudging any dolls for Amy in the future.

There are definitely many people who want to adopt haunted dolls.  That’s fine for them as long as they know what they’re buying.  I haven’t seen any good come out of it, but there are always exceptions.

For those of you unfamiliar with the story of this doll named Mandy, I’ll briefly share it with you.

Mandy is a porcelain doll dating back to either 1910 or 1920.  She was made in either Germany or England.  In 1991 she was donated to the Quesnel Museum in British Columbia by a woman who would hear a baby crying in the basement of her home.  When she would go to investigate, she would find a window open, but no baby.

There is a story or legend going around in an effort to explain how the doll became “possessed.” As the story goes, a little girl and the doll were trapped in a basement.  The little girl died and her spirit became trapped within the doll.  Several years after this incident, the doll was found in the basement when someone went to investigate a child crying. To make this a memorable story, it is said that when the doll was found, it was crying tears of blood. This latter statement was never proven, nor repeated, so it’s what it is. . . true to those who witnessed it and questionable to those who didn’t.

When Mandy first arrived at  Quesnel Museum she was placed in the foyer to greet visitors.  Later she was placed in a case located in another part of the museum.  Many visitors have reported feeling sad or uncomfortable around her.  Others have observed that her eyes blink and her fingers and head move.

Well, there you have it.  Mandy is a haunted doll and is now residing comfortably at Quesnel Museum in British Columbia.

I really don’t know what to make of the “haunted doll” at the antique mall.

Why on earth would it bite Amy?

Did it want me to hold it . . . and buy it? Or would it have bitten me as well?

I sometimes wonder about antiques . . . do we really choose them . . . or do they choose us?

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I would love to hear your experiences with haunted dolls . . . or your real ghost stories.

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