From the crazy tales written in books to the TV horrors of Twilight Zone to movies like Chucky and Annabelle, there is a reason why these stories were created. They were conditioning, for you, to prime you for the time in which we live. The time when demon spirits would be allowed to manifest in our realm once again. By weaving these tales into your mind, they got you to believe they were just harmless tales, meant for your entertainment. You had to convince yourself of that lie, in order to continue to enjoy that genre of entertainment. IF you allowed yourself to think for a moment that it might be real your nightmares would overwhelm you. Now, they have conditioned you to accept magic and witchcraft as normal and acceptable practices and they have gotten most of you to participate at some level. This, of course, opened you up to spiritual activity. Once that door is opened, it is very hard to close. Demons know that once they have a foothold they can influence you to take ever-increasing advances into the realm of the dark side. At some point, you will find you have gone too far. Possession…when the demon is in control. You may or may not be aware of their presence at that point. If you are sensitive enough to understand what has happened to you, you find yourself recognizing that you have no ability to stop it.
This latest fad is VERY DANGEROUS! Demon power can be attached to inanimate objects. Many people open their homes and themselves up to demonic activity by the things they bring into their homes. Occultists, Satanists, Magicians, Voodoo, Hoodoo and Santeria practitioners all perform rituals that invoke demonic entities to attach spiritual power to objects used to bring curses and evil effects on unsuspecting souls. Items that have been imbued with evil must be burned. NEVER sell these things to other people. Should you sell a known cursed item to someone you become responsible for the damages incurred by the one who purchases it from you. These items are referred to as “Spiritually Charged”.
The following site has a ton of very excellent information regarding this topic, as well as a list of objects to avoid or remove from your home. I strongly recommend you view the entire article.
There are numerous references to cursed objects in the Bible, in both the Old Testament and in the New Testament. Objects can be cursed for a variety of reasons, especially if they are idolatrous, or connected with idolatry, somehow profane, or connected with evil and the devil, such as occult symbols, and so forth.
The main reason objects are cursed is because they are or have been used in idolatry which is an abomination to God. God Himself has cursed anything which is or has been used in idolatry, no matter how ‘valuable’ it may seem to be. Therefore cursed objects constitute what are effectively demonic doorways, giving demons licence grounds to operate. It is only “living souls” – people and animals (nephesh meaning any creature that breathes) – who are not subject to that rule.
Even if someone did not know that things (including symbols) are cursed, or someone did not know they had them in their home or garden, they can still be used by the demonic just the same.
The devil and his demons are expert deceivers and always looking to get a toehold, a foothold, a stronghold and then a stranglehold in people’s lives.
“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:” (1 Peter 5:8)
Other Bible versions say: “Be vigilant”, “Be alert”, “Be on your guard”, “Be clear-minded”, “Be watchful”.
Demonic doorways – or gateways – provide licence grounds or legal rights, to demons to harass and torment in all the ways that they do. To understand how this works and how to deal with it, Christians can learn about deliverance and demonic strongholds, often called ‘spiritual warfare’ from the Bible and from books written by deliverance ministers such as for example the book by Derek Prince,”Blessing Or Curse – You Choose”.
“Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing and I will receive you.” (2 Cor 6:17)
“Neither shalt thou bring an abomination into thine house, lest thou be a cursed thing like it: but thou shalt utterly detest it, and thou shalt utterly abhor it; for it is a cursed thing.” (Deu 7:26)
A doll…seems harmless enough. There are those who will purchase these dolls, believing that there is no danger after all the paranormal is not real. Right? There are others who are dabbling, out of curiosity, and just want to experience the phenomenon for themselves. Not a good idea. Then there are those who are fully committed to the dark side, who will purchase these items for the power that is connected to them. Thinking, erroneously, that they can control and manipulate that power for their own purposes. ALSO VERY UNWISE. Demon spirits have been around for thousands of years. They were created with knowledge that humans do not possess. Some of which they shared with mankind, in order to create havoc on the earth. They have power that you will NEVER comprehend. IF you are foolish enough to think that you can control a Demon… you will learn very quickly that you are WRONG!
Most haunted dolls sell for around $50 plus shipping, but the most highly prized ones are priced well into the four figures. There’s a formula, too, for how they’re sold: Each listing contains a detailed overview of the spirit’s life story, details of said spirit’s death, and a description of their personality. Dolls are labeled “active” or “highly active” if paranormal phenomena are said to occur frequently in their vicinity. Some are advertised as being able to move objects, make noises, or communicate via telepathy or Ouija board…
Thirty years ago, the world was introduced to a 29-inch-tall doll in overalls named Chucky. With eyes bluer than a White Walker’s, hair more fiery than Ed Sheeran’s, and a smattering of freckles à la Emma Stone, he looked like the perfect childhood buddy.
Unfortunately, Chucky, the tiny antagonist of the 1988 movie Child’s Play, was possessed by a serial killer with a knack for slaughtering people with butcher knives, yo-yo strings, and anything else he could find around the house. Today, almost everyone knows that if a wild-eyed doll asks, “Wanna play?” the only acceptable response is to run as fast and far as you can.
Then there are people like Kevin Cain, a paranormal investigator in Alabama who owns hundreds of haunted dolls and other items. “I lost count a long time ago,” he says. While Cain may be an especially prolific collector, he’s far from the only one. In fact, there is a thriving marketplace for haunted dolls on the internet.
According to Cain, things really took off after the Annabelle doll appeared in The Conjuring (2013), followed by a solo film, Annabelle: Creation (2017). Annabelle, a vintage porcelain doll with smeared lipstick, a cracked pupil, and claw marks on her face, is possessed by a demonic spirit that enjoys ruthlessly murdering people. That she’s based on a real-life haunted Raggedy Ann doll adds to the intrigue.
Haunted Doll by James Ryman | DecalGirlWith the next installment of the Conjuring series, Annabelle Comes Home, and a reboot of Child’s Play both hitting theaters in late June, there’s sure to be a new wave of people curious about haunted dolls — and perhaps even eager to get their hands on one.
Gone are the days when you’d have to trek to a shady part of town, down a darkened alley, and into a questionable-looking antiques shop to get your haunted doll fix (although if you’re ever in New Orleans, Bloody Mary’s Haunted Museum and Spirit Shop is worth a visit). Etsy and eBay list thousands of dolls purportedly inhabited by everything from evil witches to judgmental spirits that might call you fat to young children and fairy spirits.
Most haunted dolls sell for around $50 plus shipping, but the most highly prized ones are priced well into the four figures. There’s a formula, too, for how they’re sold: Each listing contains a detailed overview of the spirit’s life story, details of said spirit’s death, and a description of their personality. Dolls are labeled “active” or “highly active” if paranormal phenomena are said to occur frequently in their vicinity.
Some are advertised as being able to move objects, make noises, or communicate via telepathy or Ouija board, while others are meant to act as creative muses, play matchmaker by revealing potential lovers in dreams, or emit positive energy.
Kat Blowers, whose Etsy shop FugitiveKatCreations specializes in haunted dolls, says best-sellers tend to be inhabited by female spirits that have some sort of “empowerment” angle. “We have a lot of goddess-type spirits or women who have survived terrible situations and thrived.” She also sees high demand for witches around Halloween and leprechauns near St. Patrick’s Day.
While there are con artists looking to take advantage of uneducated buyers, many haunted item purveyors hold themselves to what they see as high ethical and scientific standards. “It costs us a fortune in tools,” says Blowers. Whenever she acquires a new doll, Blowers and her husband put it through an intense investigation that lasts one to three months.
First, the doll is separated from any other paranormal objects in the house. Then it’s examined with a K-II EMF meter, a device used by paranormal investigators to detect electromagnetic energy, for a period of three to five days. Blowers then places the doll in a sound box (“basically a foam box”), with a voice-activated recorder to see if she can hear any words or phrases. “We’ve heard music before, which is really weird,” she tells me.
Finally, they conduct lucid dreaming sessions, which involve sleeping next to the doll alongside a piece of amethyst (which is supposed to be a potent lucid dreaming crystal) to see if they have any weird dreams. Blowers typically ends up with a 15-page report by the end of each investigation.
Unlike in horror films, real-life haunted dolls aren’t necessarily bloodthirsty beings with a penchant for sharp objects. “Not everything is evil,” says Cain. “Yes, there are demons, and Annabelle is example number one of that, but also good spirits. If a ghost can haunt a house or building or ship, why can’t it just hang around an item it once owned or reminds them of something in their past?” He theorizes that spirits like to hang around dolls and other toys because of their familiarity and strong emotional connection.
However, this doesn’t mean buyers shouldn’t beware. Cain routinely refuses people who email begging to purchase one of his haunted dolls. “I tell them it’s not for everybody. You don’t know what you’re asking for,” he says. “These dolls aren’t for entertainment or fun. These are actual haunted items with spirits attached who want to be respected. Then you have those who, if you’re not careful, are demonic and ready to tear into your soul.”
He describes an episode where a young woman bought a doll online that was supposed to be haunted by a kind, positive spirit, but she ended up with something dark and malevolent. After a string of strange occurrences culminating in feeling tiny hands around her neck one night, she contacted Cain and shipped the doll off to him. Luckily, he knew how to bind the demonic spirit, ultimately sealing the doll in a box coated in holy water and storing it on the highest shelf in his home, where it remains.
Demons aside, selling haunted dolls online comes with some technical challenges. For one thing, eBay isn’t too keen on the whole concept and has a policy that specifically forbids the selling of souls. According to a statement from the company back in 2000, “eBay does not allow the auctioning of human souls for the following reasons: If the soul does not exist, eBay could not allow the auctioning of the soul because there would be nothing to sell. However, if the soul does exist then, in accordance with eBay’s policy on human parts and remains, we would not allow the auctioning of human souls.” In 2012, eBay further banned metaphysical items including spells, hexes, potions, and magical services.
Some sellers found creative workarounds, including winking claims that their dolls are “for entertainment purposes only” or “sold as is.” They also often state there’s no guarantee of paranormal activity and indemnify themselves from the consequences of anything that does or doesn’t happen. Others, deterred by eBay’s crackdown, simply packed up and moved to Etsy.
The haunted doll market certainly isn’t disappearing anytime soon. Cain expects there’ll be a huge surge in demand this summer thanks to Annabelle and Chucky’s big-screen appearances — something he’s not particularly thrilled about. For anyone considering a haunted doll purchase, he has one message: “Be careful what you buy. It may be phony — or, worse yet, it may be something demonic.”
Haunted Dolls are now a “hot item” on both Ebay and Etsy. People are flocking to buy possessed dolls that reportedly can move objects, make noises, communicate telepathically, create muses, cause lucid dreams, or that can even play Satanic matchmaker.
The following article is written from the most common perspective that the paranormal is non existent, not real. Unfortunately, that belief is one of the reasons why people get caught up in demonic activity and even possession. Since they don’t believe, they think they are safe… SO NOT TRUE! Demons are very real! Evil Spirits who roam the earth seeking to reek havoc and bring evil down on unsuspecting human beings.
Haunted dolls have recently appeared in pop culture. The island of the dolls in
Mexico has contributed to this fad and has rose to fame through several TV paranormal shows.
10 years ago there were no haunted dolls, where have they all come from? All of a sudden every doll appears to be haunted. What a load of crap.
People are scared of dolls because their tiny faces cause your brain to react in a scrambled way. Our brains read faces scanning for emotions, expressions, intentions movement and threat. Dolls are silent with realistic eyes seeing a face that looks almost human but isn’t unsettles our most basic human instincts. The fear of dolls, in other words, shares a lot with the fear of clowns: Both are reactions to ambiguous, slightly off versions of a normal face.
It’s a cyber subculture that allows paranormal enthusiasts to believe they own a part of the paranormal world. There are legends of haunted dolls, but it’s all fake.
One hundred percent of the dolls sold online are fakes generated from behind a keyboard by a seller looking for a gullible enthusiast to splash some cash. Profiteering from the paranormal is bad whether it be psychics or mediums charging for their so called ‘gift’, or a property owner or paranormal group taking money from someone to walk them around a building or cemetery at night.
Selling a doll, that is supposed to be possessed by a demon, is a negative for everyone concerned. Be careful what you wish for!
Recently, haunted paranormal museums have started to pop up and if you’ve got a haunted museum then you’ve got to have at least fifty haunted dolls. This fad has developed an underground movement of haunted dolls selling for absurd prices. Sigh! How does a doll get haunted? Where does it come from? and what triggers a person to feel it’s haunted?
I know, it’s money! It’s like the craze of dressing as a clown to scare the unexpected. Dolls and clowns now have a bad name, but in profit making only.
Don’t get scammed.
The recent release of Annabelle: Creation has led to a number of odd haunted doll stories popping up. Real, fake – I’m not here to judge, only to share.
One woman allegedly had to exile a doll out to her shed after numerous paranormal experiences, and a man who purchased a “haunted” doll on eBay had his own horrific encounters. Let’s check them out.
Tiny, Terrifying Tears
According to The Mirror, Natalie Mellon of Glasgow, Scotland discovered that her antique “Tiny Tears-style” doll had a bit of a creepy factorpackaged with it.
Her dogs didn’t want anything to do with the doll, cowering in fear and barking whenever it was in the same room. While staying at Mellon’s house one night, a friend also reported a strange tapping noise on her bedroom door, only to later find the doll sitting just outside of her room.
“The children hate her, the dogs hate her, everyone who comes to visit hate her…”
She also experienced rattling doors and objects moving on their own. After the alleged paranormal activity, Mellon named the doll Annabelle, after the other infamously haunted doll of the same name. Eventually, she decided to store it out in the shed, hoping to put an end to its otherworldly shenanigans.
Tiny Tears, I suppose I should mention, was a type of doll back in the 1950s-60s that would shed tears after being “fed” water from its accompanying bottle, and was apparently very popular in its time. I don’t know a whole lot about dolls, but here’s an old advertisement that’ll give you an idea:
Dolls are made to be creepy. I know that much.
ebay Strikes Again
Moving on, in another case, a man recently made the bold decision to purchase a doll known to be haunted from (where else?) eBay.
The doll had appeared before on television, after its previous owner, Debbie Merrick of Norfolk, England, encountered odd supernatural phenomena. This included the doll “removing its own necklace,” setting off fire alarms, and even violently scratching her husband.
As these things often go, she’d purchased the doll – a little porcelain thing in a white dress – from a thrift shop for about £5. It didn’t take long for its paranormal nature to reveal itself. The story made its way through the tabloids.
✔@DailyMirrorPossessed doll strikes again – creepy model scratches new owner after old keeper sold it on eBay for attacking him http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/possessed-doll-strikes-again-creepy-10927767 …According to the Mirror, the Merricks eventually had enough and contacted a spirit medium to assess the situation. The medium told them, blankly, that the doll had “something in it.” That was all they needed to hear before they boxed the doll back up and also put it out in the shed.
It’s apparently the go-to place for haunted dolls.
They later put the doll up for auction on eBay for a cool £25, in hopes of getting it out of their lives. And wouldn’t you know it, there were many bidders. So many, in fact, that the final price ended up being about £1,000.
In what the Daily Mail has described as “a tense international bidding war between paranormal enthusiasts,” Lee Steer became the lucky (or unlucky) winner.
Story over? Not so fast. Only two days after receiving the doll, Steer experienced his own unfortunate events. Namely, his father found six claw marks on his arm, just about the size of that little doll’s fingers.
Other phenomena reported by Steer included unexplained noises, lights turning on and off, and objects breaking on their own.
Are these dolls possessed? Have negative entities attached to them for some nefarious reason? Or are these just stories riding the waves of a haunted doll fad? I’ll leave that for you to decide.
THE BOTTOM LINE… WHY WOULD YOU BRING SOMETHING INTO YOUR HOME THAT COULD EVEN HAVE THE SLIGHTEST POTENTIAL OF BRINGING ANY EVIL EFFECT? Even if that would only be a disconcerting reaction to the appearance of the doll making you or anyone in your home feel uncomfortable. I don’t know about you, but to me, my home is my sanctuary. It is the place where I go to feel safe, warm, loved and comfortable. Why would I bring in anything even slightly negative?