Pupa the Haunted Doll
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Origin

Unknown

Type

Doll

Effects

Causes intense attachment to itself when held

Downsides

Will drive holder to violently freak out if someone attempts to take doll from them

Activation

Held/Possession

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Aradia-027T

Aisle

53719-2206

Shelf

45982-3368-440

Date of Collection

2007

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Origin[edit | edit source]

The original child owner treasured the Pupa toll in the 1920s and remained with her until her death in 2005. Pupa is about fourteen inches tall, the head, arms and legs are made of felt and the hair is reportedly made of real human hair. Pupa is still in her original clothes, a blue suit made of felt. The original owner said that Pupa was alive and had a mind of her own. Once the owner passed the doll was placed inside of a glass case, the sadness of the owner's passing and the hatred of being away from anyone turned the doll into the artifact it is today. New owners state that when they woke up after placing Pupa in a glass case the case was shattered and child fingerprints were all over the walls spelling out "Pupa No!" and "Pupa Hate"

Effects[edit | edit source]

Causes intense attachment to itself when held. Will drive holder to violently freak out if someone attempts to take doll from them. This insane attachment manifests itself in the possessor believing that the doll is alive.

Collection[edit | edit source]

It was later revealed that the new owner's daughter had played with the doll becoming attached to it, which accounted for the 'haunting'.

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