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Doll from Isla de las Muñecas
Island of Dolls Doll

Origin

Unknown Girl

Type

Toy

Effects

Fills victim’s lungs with water, drowning them

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Held

Collected by

Agent Jennifer Lockhart

Section

Neptune-45R

Aisle

174272-9912

Shelf

933715-3572-333

Date of Collection

10/31/2004

[Source]


OriginEdit

There is an island two-hours away from Mexico city called Isla de las Munecas or the Island of the Dolls. Originally the small island belonged to a man named Julian Santana Barrera, a native of the Las Asuncion neighborhood. Barrera was a loner, who kept to a small shack on his Island. Legend has it that Barrera discovered a little girl's body who had drowned under mysterious circumstances in the canals. After fishing the girl out and giving her a proper burial he discovered a doll floating face down in the same spot a few days later. Assuming that it belonged to the deceased girl he hung it from a tree as a sign of respect. After this he began to hear whispers, footsteps and anguished wails in the darkness even though his hut was miles away from civilization. Driven by fear, he spent the next fifty years hanging more and more dolls, some missing body parts, all over the island in an attempt to appease what he believed to be the drowned girl's spirit. In 2001 Barrera's family came to the island to visit only to discover his body, face down in the canal where he had found the girl and the doll, dead. Because of this anyone who visits is advised to leave a doll somewhere on the island if they visit otherwise bring unwanted misfortune back with them when they leave.

EffectsEdit

Fills victim’s lungs with water, drowning them.

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