The whole family thought she [the elderly relative] was a little “touched” in the head because she had rooms and rooms of dolls and could tell you the name and “story” of each of her girls. She had a large book containing a listing for each of the dolls. Each listing described the doll, her approximate age, name, background of her life and personality. It also described the “spirit” type in the doll and any paranormal activity associated with each “girl”.
And now that she’s had a chance to spend some time with the dolls, she’s noticed some weird things happening. Things that hadn’t happened before their arrival. Things like voices, shadows, giggling, items disappearing, even some of the dolls moving.
WHAT TO DO WITH A HAUNTED DOLL COLLECTION?
Why sell the little darlings on eBay of course!
But to be fair, Leonora does post a sort of disclaimer by saying they’re haunted. It’s not like she’s pawning off haunted dolls on unsuspecting collectors or anything.
What I got the biggest kick out of was at the end of her post she said something she enjoys doing is reading through eBay’s “haunted” auction listings.
Say what? I’m really missing out. I don’t shop eBay hardly at all, but I just may have to go browse around and check out what other kind of haunted goods are for sale.