Ghosts & Hauntings
'Haunted' doll which 'weeps tears of acid' rescued from house fire
By T.K. Randall
February 8, 2022 · 26 comments
Would you keep a doll thought to be responsible for a house fire ? Image Credit: YouTube / Caters Clips
A paranormal investigator has come into possession of a doll that he claims 'tries to set itself on fire.'
Creepy, allegedly 'haunted' dolls have been a staple of paranormal movies for years, but there are some who believe that these unnerving objects can and do also exist in the real world.
One 33-year-old investigator, who goes by the name Matt Paranormal, recently acquired a doll that had been rescued from the charred remains of a building destroyed in a fire.
The owners of the house had reportedly been killed in the blaze.
"After reading about her history with the house fire, I knew I wanted to buy her," said Matt.
Since acquiring the doll he has experienced a whole host of paranormal phenomena.
"After I had her imported to the UK, I had paranormal equipment installed into her as I thought her previous owners' spirits would be attached to her," he said.
"It wasn't until last year that Annie actually started to cry. I believe that when she cries it is her 'attachments' way of showing emotions."
Disturbingly, the alleged tears shed by the doll appeared to be acidic.
Not only that, but Matt also claims that the doll keeps trying to set itself on fire.
"Annie is now kept in a glass box and is under 24-hour surveillance because she keeps trying to set herself on fire," he said. "Every now and then her clothes get a little bit more singed and charred, and her face is much darker now."
"Annie loves fire and last year, each of my five team members, all had something to do with fire happen to their house - all on the same day."
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