Haunted Dolls

  • by Roger P. Mills
  • Narrated by Joe Formichella
  • 1 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Creepy true stories of the world's most haunted evil dolls.
Traditionally speaking, a doll is defined as "a model of a human being".
The presence and use of dolls dates back to ancient civilizations, including Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Around 100 AD, dolls became associated with children and were used as toys in ancient Greece. These dolls were often crafted out of rudimentary materials - scraps from whatever materials were at hand.
By the turn of the 20th Century, dolls were not only a common sight in households, but many people made it a point to begin collecting them. Today, dolls of various shapes, sizes, and materials grace the shelves of expensive boutiques, as well as local convenience stores.
But not all dolls are created equally. And some have proven to be deadly.
However, sometimes a person does not intentionally trap a human soul into the confines of a doll. Sometimes such a thing is done by accident.
While there are many dolls in the world that people claim to be haunted, there are some cases that are impossible to ignore. These dolls have not only been seeing moving on their own - they have also caused bodily harm to others.
Here is a preview of what's inside:

The doll in the abandoned house
The most famous doll in the world
Experiments with a haunted doll
The doll that cried at night
The doll in the window
The Holocaust doll
Much, much more!


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Great book

I found this book to be so interesting and believable. The narrator held my attention straight through.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-08-2016
  • Publisher: Roger P. Mills