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Heather White

They looked like ordinary antique dolls to me, except for the "fat little freak" doll looked like something from the halloween store or gothic type doll, but just dolls still the same. I'm probably just desensitized to the way the world has become...

Ana Pope

a friend of mine had a doll that was her grandmothers. she kept it in an old chair at the end of her bed. the first time I went to her home and walked in the room, I actually screamed out loud when I saw it. I have no idea how she slept in that room with that damn doll.

nonmember avatar nvme2206

I think imma have to go with #'s 2,6,&7 as the most creepy....I remember when I was little I spent the nite at one of my playmates housesshe had those collector porciline dolls needless to say I didn't sleep all nite because I was tooooo scared I felt like they were watchin mean no matter where I would move their eyes seemed like they were always lookin at me......eeeeee scary

Audrey Bauman

i felt sorry for all of them except #7....


 

Cindy Hebert

ok 1 & 7 were creepy but most just need to be restored because they're really old. That "smiling monster" doll was Shirley Temple! And that Kimono "doll" wasn't a doll at all, it was a child sized mannequin. Lots of places use limbless mannequins these days.

weird... weirdkids

If I'm not mistaken #7 is a "living dead doll" my dd7 loves them.

Brianne King

Its probably worth a lot of money.

Abbey Weisshaar

The smiling monster doll is an old Shirly Temple doll. My grandma has one.

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