There’s nothing quite like a possessed doll to give you nightmares for two consecutive weeks. Let’s face it, dolls are creepy as hell, especially old, raggedy dolls that smell like lighter fluid. Their glassy eyes reflect images and memories of unspeakable horror, yet their faces remain expressionless, content.
Below we present to you the scariest dolls ever. Warning: these images may give you pediophobia, an anxiety disorder associated with the fear of dolls.
We wish we new the story behind this picture. Whatever’s going on looks beyond horrifying!
‘Deconstruction of the doll’…this could make for a pretentious paper on gender roles or a creepy memory of a sinister little boy who played with dolls–your pick.
Believe it or not, this was actually the first crawling children’s doll, patented in 1871. It’s beyond scary looking. What’s even more disturbing is back then “crawling” was actually called “creeping”, which is where it got its name…”The Creeping Baby Doll”.
This would be great to leave on someone’s doorstep or send to a friend as a gift in the mail. Maybe throw in a few severed fingers so they know you mean business.
This is the kind of doll someone brings back from a trip to South America, only to realize it is possessed and murdering your neighbors in their sleep.
Mandy is an antique porcelain doll from the 1910s that’s supposedly possessed. She currently resides in the Quesnel Museum in British Columbia, where both staff and guests have reported hearing the sounds of a baby crying at night as well as tiny footsteps on the stairwells.
This is actually a newer doll made by artist Shain Erin. This will go down in doll history as one of the creepiest dolls ever made.
In the 1970s, a doll named Baby Laugh-a-Lot was unleashed unto the world and proceeded to strike terror into the hearts of innocent little girls. Once in her thrall, unspeakable evil comes to all who hear her terrifying cackle. This is hands down the scariest doll of all time. Watch below…
Watch Baby Laugh-a-lot below with low batteries….terrifying.