Yep, they're pretty terrifying!
Aaah, nightmare fodder. My mom just bought a porcelain doll from the thrift. Ew! ;)
Terrifying indeed, Lakota! I find most times that the porcelain ones are the most frightening, Van. Sure they have the pretty dresses and the curls, but their's something ungodly about their faces. Does your mom's porcelain doll have eyes, at least? Ha!<3 Jackie
Love this post! Have linked to it from my blog at www.pickersjournal.blogspot.com
Hey there, thanks for linking up. By the by, I really enjoyed your post on the realities of collecting/re-selling/picking/storage locker bidding. I think judging from the recent craze of "reality" TV on the subjects, people are often misled by the assumption that this business comes easy. Not true at all!<3 Jackie
Oh gosh! These ones are terrifying indeed!I grew up for a few years in a small town in Ontario called Essex. There was a restaurant there called - THE DOLL HOUSE. I think it may have been spelled, Daul Dahl or something.. but it had dolls everywhere. I'm going to look it up on Google maps tomorrow. It had been there forever. Thanks for linking up last week.
Always nice to link up, Sir. Oh wow. Yeah, please let me know about that restaurant. Nothing like have a hot meal surrounded by dolls staring you down at every bite, ha ha!<3 Jackie
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