Ed and Lorraine Warren, the paranormal investigators made famous in the “Conjuring” series of films collected many oddities over their years of working with the evil and the supernatural. Perhaps the most famous of these was the supposedly haunted doll, Annabelle, made famous in both The Conjuring and in the entirely separate multi-film series about her. But did you know that among the Warrens’ collection, there are other haunted dolls? Watch this video (or don’t, as looking in this doll’s eyes can curse you) to find out more.
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She is called “The Shadow Doll” and she is made from animal bones, feathers, and even a human tooth. According to the Warrens, the purpose of the doll was to curse people. A photo of the doll would be mailed to victims with their names written on the back. When they looked at the photo, the doll would be given the power to enter their dreams and scare them so much that their hearts would stop. That’s a lot of power for a photograph. Sounds a little bit like the original Annabelle crossed with that girl from The Ring.
This video is one of the few places that you can catch a glimpse of The Shadow Doll, as the Warren Occult Museum in Connecticut is currently closed and in search of a new location. Their eerie collection is sometimes displayed at various paranormal conventions around the country, however, and if there’s anything scarier than the idea of gathering all these cursed objects under one rook, it’s got to be the idea of taking these things on a road trip.
When is that movie coming out?