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A haunted doll is a handmade or manufactured doll or stuffed animal that is reported to be cursed or possessed in some way. The earliest report of a haunted doll goes back to Ancient Egypt where the enemies of Ramesses III attempted to use wax images of his likeness to bring about his death. The dolls used in this ritual were said to be living and would curse anyone who bore their resemblance. The ancient Egyptian poppet, effigy and voodoo dolls are often said to be cursed because of their long history of being used to place curses on other people and their association with the occult.

5. Robert the Doll

The doll originally belonged to Robert Eugene Otto, an artist described as "eccentric" who belonged to a prominent Key West family. The doll was reportedly manufactured by the Steiff Company of Germany, purchased by Otto's grandfather while on a trip to Germany in 1904, and given to young Otto as a birthday gift. The doll's sailor suit was likely an outfit that Otto wore as a child. The doll remained stored in the Otto family home at 534 Eaton Street in Key West while Otto studied art in New York and Paris. Otto married Annette Parker in Paris on May 3, 1930. The couple returned to the Otto family home in Key West to live there until Otto died in 1974. His wife died two years later.After their deaths, the Eaton Street home containing the doll was sold to Myrtle Reuter, who owned it for 20 years until the property was sold to the current owners, who operate it as a guest house. In 1994, the doll was donated to the East Martello Museum in Key West, Florida, where it eventually became a popular tourist attraction.It is annually rotated to the Old Post Office and Customhouse in October.

4. Peggy the Doll

As if we don’t already have enough cursed dolls to contend with, there’s a new soul-sucking plastic demon in town and she’s giving both Annabelle and Robert the Doll a run for their money. According to paranormal investigator and owner of Haunted Dolls, Jayne Harris, the evil powers of “Peggy the doll” have been running amuck on the internet, causing anyone who sees her picture to become overcome with feelings of dizziness, nausea, or even chest pains. According to Harris roughly 80% of the people who come into contact with “Peggy” experience some kind of bad reaction that range anywhere from headaches to full blown mania.Since Peggy the possessed doll is supposed to cause sickness and strange paranormal occurrences in the lives of nearly 80% of the people who even look at a picture of her, I thought it might be fun to see what you think. If you have anything strange happen while gazing upon the evil face of Peggy, leave your experience in the comments below, and lets see if old’ Peggy lives up to her malevolent reputation.

3. Victorian Mourning Doll

During the period from the mid to late nineteenth century until the early 20th century, popularly known as the "Victorian Era," people typically used elaborate physical representations and rituals to mark the death of a loved one. Because deaths typically took place in the home, the body of the deceased was usually prepared for burial, and often displayed for a period in the home.Because of the close proximity of death to the home, and because of high mortality rates for children and infants, children especially were often familiar with and exposed to death and dead bodies from a very early age. By the late nineteenth century, it became customary to commission a "mourning doll" to lay at the grave of a deceased child. These became widely popular as a coping mechanism for families dealing with the death of a child.

2. Snaktime Cabbage Doll

Cabbage Patch Kids are a line of soft sculptured toy doll like creatures sold by Xavier Roberts and registered in the United States copyright office in 1978.The doll brand was one of the most popular toy fads of the 1980s and one of the longest-running doll franchises in the United States.The characters appeared in many other Cabbage Patch merchandising products ranging from animated cartoons to record albums to board games.According to Roberts, as a 21-year-old art student, he utilized the quilting skills he learned from his mother and the historic technique of "needle molding" to develop his own line of fabric sculptures. He called these hand-stitched, one-of-a-kind, soft fabric sculptures "The Little People". (Other soft sculpture dolls dating back to the 19th century were created using similar needle molding techniques.) His Little People were not offered for sale, but were "adopted" each with their own individual name and birth certificate. Instead of paying a purchase price, buyers of Little People would have to pay an adoption fee.[

1. Annabelle

Annabelle is a Raggedy Ann doll said by Ed and Lorraine Warren to be haunted. The pair describe themselves as paranormal investigators and demonologists. The doll resides in a glass box at The Warrens' Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut.The story served as inspiration for the opening scene of The Conjuring (2013), as well as its spin-offs: Annabelle (2014), Annabelle: Creation (2017), and upcoming Annabelle 3 (2019). The doll made a brief appearance in James Wan's Aquaman (2018) and in The Conjuring 2 (2016).[6] Annabelle has been compared to Robert the Doll and was described in Gerald Brittle's 2002 biography of Ed and Lorraine Warren, The Demonologist. According to the Warrens, a student nurse was given the Raggedy Ann doll in 1968. They say the doll behaved strangely, and that a psychic medium told the student that the doll was inhabited by the spirit of a dead girl named "Annabelle". They say the student and her roommate tried to accept and nurture the spirit-possessed doll, but the doll reportedly exhibited malicious and frightening behavior. It was at this point that the Warrens say they were first contacted, and that they removed the doll to their museum after pronouncing it "demonically possessed".

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