I know creepy dolls are a cliché. I mean, ALL of these things are kind of a cliché. But clichés are clichés for a reason. Creepy dolls are creepy. Men won’t ask for directions. Women are scared of bugs. People complain when I make sweeping generalizations.
And also, while people might not realize it, dolls come to life at night and lick your stuff. With their weird doll spit. You probably didn’t know that.
Also in case you have a bunch of “Action Figures” or “Collectibles” and think they aren’t dolls, they are dolls. Even if they don’t have a dress they are still a doll. So you might as well just buy them dresses like I did for my Batmans. Batmen? Whatever you call them, they are beautiful. Let’s make a play date!
– La Isla de las Munecas: The Terror of Doll Island
– 31 Scary Things #8: Ventriloquist Dummies
Categories: 31 Scary Things, Guest Writers
Not as bad as clowns, but close…
What if they are dolls OF clowns?
I’m not sure if this counts, but I have a clown ceramic doll I bought at goodwill that is actually terrifying. It only comes out at Halloween, when I put it in the bathroom to scare guests away from the nice towels.
Love that video too. When we were teenagers a friend of ours told this really scary as hell creepy doll story. I wish I could remember it. Also I think of the Baby Jane Hudson Doll from Whatever Happened to Baby Jane.
You can’t tease a story like that and then not deliver! Find that friend. That’s what Facebook is for! (apologies in advance if you grew up on Alderaan and your friend is dead).
What’s creepier than doll’s……….the people that collect them, and of course clowns!
A post of doll collectors WOULD be pretty creepy.
I think you can be fairly certain that people who collect clown dolls are actually mentally measuring you for a skin suit every time they look at you.
I don’t even question that comment sounds “spot on” to me