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Are there really haunted dolls like Chucky's Deadly Doll?

It's not surprising to hear a child talking to his doll as if she knew and understood what he was saying, and most kids do, yet it's strange and doubtful to hear the doll engage in a discussion with the child !!. Some might say this is conceivable if the doll is a battery-speaking doll. Anyway, imagine a scenario in which anything but a normal doll made of canvas and cotton, you could talk and play. Can you see and feel what's going on around her? Obviously, a lot of people will say that's impossible. But our article will finally show you about dolls of an alternative kind from the ones you knew in adolescence, the cheerful dolls that watch you with their nice eyes and take care of you quietly.

Chucky

I imagine that most horror movie lovers have seen Child's Play in its many parts because it's just a film that attracts the viewer with his creative idea of discussing a children's doll that mysteriously emerges into a terrible executioner. who takes lives out of nowhere and with unnecessary cruelty. It's a disturbing and startling myth, as the charming, salient-touch doll quickly shows the observer a wicked, despised face that gives awe to spirits with its vengeful highlights and malicious voice that sticks to the characters with his famous expressions 'I'm Chucky, would you like to play?

Glimpses of the film as a reminder and for those who did not watch the film - Part 1 1988

The film begins with a chase and exchange of fire inside a shop between police officers led by Detective Mickey Norse and a murderous criminal named Charles Lee Ray, ending with Charles being fatally shot to the ground, and as he takes his breath he can transfer his evil spirit to a children's doll known as the 'Good Man' with certain magic spells. Oddly enough, the store was later hit by a lightning strike that devoured everything.
Later in the film, the camera takes us to a modest apartment, where we see a young man named Andy asking his mother, Karen, to bring him a 'good man' doll as a gift on his birthday, and the mother apologizes for it. for not bearing the cost of the doll. Some time afterward, Karen sees a dealer selling a doll like the one her child ordered cheaply, taking advantage of the opportunity and buying the doll to show it to Andy, who rejoices in her so much without understanding that his new doll is actually her. Only that doll in which Charles Lee Ray's soul lived and that the person who gave it to his mother took it from the store after it burned down. The doll starts talking to Andy and reveals to him that her name is Chucky. That evening, she commits her first crime, killing Karen's companion Chucky and Andy Maggie's babysitter with an iron hammer and then throwing her body out of the kitchen window. Andy realizes that it was his doll that killed Maggie, but no one trusts him. The next day, Chucky forces Andy to skip school and forces him to take him to the home of Eddie, Charles Lee Ray's partner in his abuses and the person who rattled him to the police, there Chucky burns hands and burns his house in retaliation, after which he speaks a lot of events.

Wow and new parts

Child's Play was screened in American film cinema in 1988 and was soon at the forefront of that season's films, bringing enormous benefits to a large number of dollars. The film was great, but it was not spared criticism. There were requests to prevent him from appearing as a result of his terrible influence on the mind of the young, the film was truly terrifying, causing panic in the hearts of millions at that point. The film is said to have been motivated by the most egregious abuse in British history when two 10-year-olds grabbed, tortured and killed a two-year-old in the most horrible way, another story we might return to later. However, regardless of all the analysis, the film's achievement prompted the filmmakers to make different parts.

1990 - The film is said to have been the motive for the most egregious abuse in British history when two 10-year-olds grabbed, tortured, and killed a two-year-old in the most horrible way, another story we might return to later. Anyway, regardless of all the analyses, the film's achievement prompted the filmmakers to make different parts:

  • 1990 - Child's Play 2
  • 1991 - Child's Play 3
  • 1998 - Bride of Chucky
  • 2004 - Seed of Chucky.

Are there really haunted dolls?

As usual in this series of articles, we do not stop linking the details of the film and its events, but we try to get to the real story from which we determine the events, and there is no doubt that the tale of the doll 'Chucky' raises in the soul 1000 issues about the fact of the existence of haunted dolls .. Is there really such a thing in this current reality? What a meaningless idea! Is there a reasonable person who imagines something like this?. The right response is yes. For thousands of years people have loved idols and worshipped them, idols are actually just man-made dolls, and there are now individuals all over the world who believe that dolls feel the pain of children.The film's writer, Don Mancini, confirmed that Chucky's doll is a 100% story, yet she doesn't care much about what Mancini says. There are already many puppet stories that everyone around the planet frequents, some of which are more forward than the film. Mancini himself may have heard some of these novels from which Chucky's character was inspired. Some state that the film is based entirely on the story of a scary doll named Robert, and Robert's doll tale. In my opinion. You may see it as more disturbing than Chucky's story on the grounds that it is real and not just a dream.

Robert the Haunted Doll


Robert

Robert's doll's tale begins on Key West Island, Florida, in 1904, in the family of an artist named Robert Eugenie Otto, or Jane as they called him when he was a child, who was the only child of wealthy parents who used to travel to entertain themselves, and during their long and ongoing projects. They were leaving their child Jane under the eyes of an elderly babysitter of Bahamas origin, and this elderly woman is said to have been gifted with voodoo magic, which relies on the misuse of evil spirits and the harnessing of gin and goblins to bring down curses on enemies and adversaries.
Jane's mother became famous for her nervous nature and abuse of workers, and in one tantrum, he expelled the elderly babysitter for a simple reason, only to hang her severe baby with his babysitter and make her stand idly by to expel her until the end of the month.The elderly nanny spent her last days at home locked in her room, never leaving her and no one understood what she was doing to her, yet her collaborators were sure that she was arranging something to punish Jane's mother became famous for her nervous nature and abuse of workers, and in one tantrum, he expelled the elderly babysitter for a simple reason, only to hang her severe baby with his babysitter and make her stand idly by to expel her until the end of the month. The elderly nanny spent her last days at home locked up in her room, never leaving her and no one understood what she was doing to her, yet her collaborators were sure that she was arranging something to punish her employers who had spent her life caring for their child, and her punishment was ostracism and humiliation.Finally, the elderly woman left her room when it was time to leave towards the end of the month, but before she left the house, she gradually went up to Jane's room and gave him a doll made of cloth and cotton, explained to him that she had made it specifically for him and named her Robert as his first name, and asked him to keep it as a memory of her, and then she invited him and left. Finally, the elderly woman left her room when it was time to leave towards the end of the month, but before she left the house, she gradually went up to Jane's room and gave him a doll made of cloth and cotton, explained to him that she had made it specifically for him and named her Robert as his first name, and asked him to keep it as a memory of her, and then she invited him and left.

As the days went by, strange things began to happen at home, and dishes flew over tables and crashed on their own, from the inside the doors locked for unknown reasons, books were scattered on shelves and scattered on the floor. Then, Jane's toys broke and crashed, and his dolls were destroyed and spread all over the house. Jane's parents imagined that their child was doing these things. They accused him and reprimanded him. But he was pointing his finger at the doll and addressing them with disapproval of 'It's Robert!  He did this, not me.'Jane's parents didn't really believe the doll was doing it, but a large number of workers did, they believed that the old babysitter really spilled one of her curses on the doll to take revenge on the family, some of whom swore that they saw Robert running in the evening between the rooms, and when they tried to get him, he started climbing the walls and wandering the roof upside down making fun of them and laughing, they became afraid of him and as far away as possible from Jane's room, Especially in the evening.

The strange scenes were not limited to the house workers, as neighbors also began to watch Robert's doll wander inside the house and move from window to window when the family was outside. Things got to a difficult stage one night when Jane's parents rushed to his room after hearing him scream and cry, discovering that he was somehow lying under the furniture in the room, stacked entirely on the bed. Jane was screaming in fear 'It's Robert... He wanted to hurt me.' At this time, Jane's parents had gone over, and they tried to tear up the doll and throw it away, but the workers warned them not to do so, so that the curse would not spread throughout the house, so Jane's father locked the doll in a small room in the house. Upstairs, he closed the door and prevented everyone from approaching that room.

The years passed quickly, Jane's parents died, he became a painter and author referred to as the famous, and married a beautiful girl named Annie, and during the long decades they spent together in the house, the door of the attic room remained closed and everyone forgot about the doll Robert, there were no strange incidents except for some neighbors complaining about someone staring at them from behind the old and dusty attic glass, they were asking the couple if there was someone in the attic, but The couple used to deny it, they knew it was Robert, but they ignored it.

Jane died in 1972, his wife sold the house, and the new owners chose to open the entrance to the upper floor, they didn't know the slightest thing about Robert's doll, and they found him sitting in a chair with arms facing the window as if staring at people all over the house, amazed by the fact that he seemed tidy even though everything in the room was covered in dust, and shocking to them they had a ten-year-old daughter, a little girl clinging to the doll. immediately when she saw her and chose to keep her. Indeed, strange events and things returned around the house, and the girl started shouting and wailing in the evening, and her family was rushing to her, telling them that she saw the doll moving and wandering around the room and jumping over the furnishings, and on one occasion the girl swore that the doll assaulted her and tried to hurt her.
In the end, Robert's doll ended up in an American exhibition hall (Fort East Martello Museum), and it's almost certain that the girl's family gave him to this gallery to get rid of his evil, but the doll's battles weren't over, so soon the workers and delegates of the historic center began discussing unnatural things happening during the evening, part of the guards swore that they saw the doll squigging around the exhibition hall in the evening, and some of them knew that There's something unusual. About this doll. They searched and dug up in its history and revealed aspects of his strange story, and so the story spread throughout the country until its fame reached internet and satellite sites. To avoid his issues and bickering, the exhibition organization chose to place Robert in a glass cage, where he still exists today. Many holidaymakers visit him to watch his strange story and take pictures of him with caution. Legend has it that he must initially get Robert's approval gently before getting any picture of him, and if he does not do so by moving his head a little back, the passenger or guest should try not to do so. Take the picture so that he doesn't get rid of an evil curse that can't be disposed of. (As in the picture, there are a lot of messages stuck around the doll and behind it, the vast majority of which are messages of remorse from the individuals who filmed the doll and were then harmed.)

Other stories about haunted dolls 


Mandy the weeping doll

Mandy the weeping doll

There's another scary doll less famous than Robert, this doll called Mandy, presented by a lady to the Kuisnell Museum in Canada in 1991, and she's not like Robert at all, there's not much data about Mandy, yet she was in a difficult situation when she first appeared in the show, her clothes were torn and her face and body were damaged by huge cracks, and the woman who gave her to the gallery revealed how she discovered the doll, she said she recently moved. To live in an old house, and on certain evenings she could hear the sound of a crying child repeated throughout the house, and the voice was repeated several times, and the woman finally chose to look for the source of the sound, and led her chasing her to an old box in the basement where Mandy was lying inside, and for a strange explanation the woman felt resentful and upset when she saw Mandy interestingly, so she chose to get rid of her and gave her to the historical museum, and since then the next crying sound disappeared From the basement. Moreover, in fact, like the woman who discovered Mandy, many guests of the historical center say that they feel a mind-boggling sense of misery and distress when looking at the doll, and in some cases they saw tears in her eye while others swore that she was looking at them in a strange way and her eyes were chasing them while they were marooned. This story was first published in Arabic on Kaboos on 25 August 2011.


'Letta' Doll

Letta

In the early 1970s, Kerry Walton, a twenty-year-old man, went to his hometown in a city in Australia to attend the funeral of a person. At the time, he remembered his childhood fears when he was afraid of an old and abandoned house and said it was a haunted house. Walton felt it was time to face his childhood fears, so he ventured into the middle of the night and went home to face and overcome his fears. He entered the house and reached the basement where the dust was everywhere, and as he passed the light bulb around him, he was surprised to see eyes staring at him, and when he approached a little bit it looked like there was a dead little boy lying down, but he was not a child at all but a strange old doll, and then Walton came out of the house carrying that doll with him. He went home and left the doll in the living room and then went to his bed, but he couldn't stop thinking about the doll and felt uncomfortable about it, especially since it was not far from him, and then he got out of bed and took the game and put it in a bag and hid it under the house. 
After a while, he wanted to get some information about the doll, so he went to the museum with his antique doll, so he could find what he wanted. The museum learned that the nails used in the legs are about 200 years old! Its style comes from Eastern Europe. Most importantly, it was discovered that the doll's hair was real human hair, and under the scalp it resembled a human brain! With further research by some intermediaries who claim to have an extraordinary ability to know some things through dreams and others, the history of the doll has been revealed, as the maker of this carved doll carved it specifically for his son who drowned at the age of six, where the father thought he made this similar doll. He will give his late son a new life when his soul resides inside this doll. They said that the doll is still haunted by the spirit of this child, but it is not an evil or harmful spirit, but just the spirit of a child who drowned two centuries ago.
Many of those who saw the doll are said to have felt strange feelings of fear and sadness, and dogs are said to start barking when they see the doll and start some of it and attack it. Some women are also said to start crying, screaming, laughing hysterically or even fainting because of the doll.Walton also said the doll changes its position and moves on its own. He was advised to keep the doll and not throw it away so that he would not get hurt.

Sources: denofgeek

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