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#1    Darklight_1248

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Posted 05 June 2006 - 01:19 AM

Has anybody ever heard of any haunted/possessed dolls? Such as the story of annabell.


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Posted 05 June 2006 - 01:25 AM

I read about that one before! I wonder where is the doll nowadays. I think it's a true case especially since the two psychics who studied it are very well known(and I know about other cases they worked at, like the one that was made a movie with the haunted house)


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Posted 05 June 2006 - 01:32 AM

The doll probly was an attraction to a spirit...............

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Posted 05 June 2006 - 02:14 PM

Anything by Ed and Lorraine Warren is just a sensationalized fictional account if you ask me.  An interesting read everytime but nothing more.   thumbsup.gif


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Posted 05 June 2006 - 05:08 PM

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Has anybody ever heard of any haunted/possessed dolls? Such as the story of annabell.
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Interesting read, whether it is true or not I can't prove or disprove. So for the sake of discussion I will assume it is real.

First I would like to know if this doll was purchased new or second-hand. If it was a second-hand doll its previous owner might be able to shed some light on the subject.

But assuming that it was purchsed new and there was no previous "story" behind it, I would have to say that though the doll was being moved it was not the cause of the activity. I am of the belief that many ghosts are created by individuals, more precisely created by their belief. Why and how this can happen spontaneously I can't say.

But I don't see it as a coincidence that when they held a seance the "little girl" that they spoke to was named Annabelle, Raggedy Ann[abelle], thus naming the doll and associating a spirit to it giving this "spirit" recognition or belief in it and making it more real.

Then they proceeded to house or "move" the spirit into the doll, now giving this spirit a physical appearance, a symbol, to help with recognition and belief which would give it more power.

It is not suprising that things started to go wrong and the spirit became violent, when the activity with the doll, being moved, started it must have creeped them out thus giving "strength" to this "spirit" through their fear. This fear would only get stronger until it manifested into terror.

I have never heard of any other cases of possessed dolls but I have heard of "spirits" or entities being housed in other objects. Such as the Sword of Paracelsus, do a quick Google Image search of Paracelsus and you will quickly notice that almost every picture of him includes his sword and he is always holding it with both hands. It never left him until his death when it was quickly taken from him.

So what is the story of the sword? For anyone interested, there isn't much information but what is known is that it was originally an executioners sword used to behead over 80 nobles in Stockholm. Knowing the energy that surrounded this sword he began to create an entity, or "familiar", that was housed in the hilt of the sword. He is said to have gone through somewhat of a negative personality change soon after and would threaten people with his Demon. If it is "rooted" in fear it will only produce the "fruits" of fear.

Edit: PS the picture of the lady with the doll is pretty creepy, not sure if it is the lady or the doll that makes it creepy though lol.

Edited by Hermetic Hermit, 05 June 2006 - 05:10 PM.

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Posted 05 June 2006 - 06:42 PM

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Edit: PS the picture of the lady with the doll is pretty creepy, not sure if it is the lady or the doll that makes it creepy though lol.


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Posted 05 June 2006 - 07:09 PM

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It's the lady.   wink2.gif


Lol I knew it wink2.gif

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Posted 05 June 2006 - 07:23 PM

where was Andy while all this was going on?

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Posted 07 June 2006 - 10:29 PM

dolls....are freaky crying.gif


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Posted 07 June 2006 - 10:51 PM

This one is hard to comment on.  If you take the theory of ghosts, they are attached to certain place or thing, so in theory this could happen.  Have I ever encountered something like that? The answer is no but I am not totally closed to the idea.  If say a young girl was, god forbid, say killed during a tramatic event, clutching the doll I am sure in theory that the spirit could be attached to the doll and lash out at adults right?

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Posted 08 June 2006 - 12:13 AM

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This one is hard to comment on.  If you take the theory of ghosts, they are attached to certain place or thing, so in theory this could happen.  Have I ever encountered something like that? The answer is no but I am not totally closed to the idea.  If say a young girl was, god forbid, say killed during a tramatic event, clutching the doll I am sure in theory that the spirit could be attached to the doll and lash out at adults right?


I just have a hard time believing anything with the Warren's attached to it.   wink2.gif


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Posted 08 June 2006 - 08:04 AM

I remember when i went to sleep at my friends house but i had to sleep in his sisters room for some reason and she had sooo many dolls....when iu was lying down i got angry picked one up and said "pppfftt you dont look so scary to me" and as soon as i said that it Blinked and i threw it across the room screaming !! i was later told that the doll has a mechanism that makes it blink  laugh.gif

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Posted 08 June 2006 - 12:20 PM

There is a story of a hunted doll named Robert in Key West Fl.He's kept behind glass now.Ppl swear they have herd him laught and move around the room by himself.He's also supose to be the cause of alot of bad things happening.


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Posted 08 June 2006 - 01:47 PM

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Anything by Ed and Lorraine Warren is just a sensationalized fictional account if you ask me.  An interesting read everytime but nothing more.   thumbsup.gif

    


     I completely agree with you about the Warrens- hoaxers is what they are! If it were anyone else, I might kinda sorta believe it.

I used to think that my Barbie dolls came to life when I was sleeping. I even went as far as trying to stay up all night to get some photographic evidence with the polaroid camera. It was just the crazy imagination of a 6 year old! hmm.gif





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Posted 08 June 2006 - 02:37 PM

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I completely agree with you about the Warrens- hoaxers is what they are! If it were anyone else, I might kinda sorta believe it.

I used to think that my Barbie dolls came to life when I was sleeping. I even went as far as trying to stay up all night to get some photographic evidence with the polaroid camera. It was just the crazy imagination of a 6 year old! hmm.gif


I'm 34 and I still have Barbies.... wink2.gif

If one ever came to life tho I wouldn't worry too much as my labrador would eat it.   happy.gif





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