I’ve always been terrified by those creepy looking dolls. They somewhat remind me of the movie “Curse of Chucky” – well i don’t really like dolls after all. But what if paranormal activities really exist? What if dolls can really be possessed by evil spirits? Here’s a story that will surely give you chills.

On a busy street in Singapore, locals stumbled across a small odd looking doll that was leaning up against a tree. It looks like an antique and its eyes were tied – with strange writing on the blindfold. No one nearby is claiming the doll. But why?

The doll was found beside a busy street in Singapore and no one wants to claim it.

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Her eyes were covered and an Arabic word is written  on the blindfold…

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The reason behind its blindfold is really terrifying, that’s why no one wants to claim the doll.

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Rumors started to spread by words of mouth and online.  And according to a Reddit user who posted the pictures :

The doll was found beside a busy street in Singapore. The Arabic word on the cloth is translated as ‘“bismillah”. I think it’s to trap whatever jinn or curse is inside from coming out or following the owner back home. Others speculate it’s a product of black magic.

Stories from twitter revealed that the doll is possessed and has been moving around on its own when the original owner isn’t home. She binded the eyes and left it far away from home so it wouldn’t follow her back.
Some say the doll can be heard talking when it’s left alone in a room and is found with its head turned in a different direction. It is said that it spoke in a Malay language and sound like an adult female.

Original owner found that the only way to get rid of it and make sure it won’t come back is to cover it’s eyesight. The curse is rumored to have passed on to someone else who found it and untied the cloth unknowingly.

The doll has been missing since. On the very day the locals started trending a freaky suicide (guy hanging beside an apartment block) and murder case which is highly unusual in Singapore but is most probably a coincidence and not related. It’s irrelevant but you don’t see multiple creepy images start appearing on the same day in a small country like Singapore so many assumed they were all linked though obviously it’s not.

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Source: Reddit