Creepy Island of Dolls in Mexico

Doll Island or the Island of Dolls located in southern Mexico is a scary place, as the name of the island there are dozens of old dolls hanging between tree branches and fallen trees. Mutilated and dirty Dolls hanging looks scary.

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The story begins when 50 years ago a little girl drowning in the canal on the island. The island was only inhabited by a hermit named Julián Santana Barrera, shortly after the death of the little girl, Barera fishing one by one doll from the canal. Barera believe that it is a sign of evil spirits, he was left hanging the dolls in the branches of trees to protect themselves from evil spirits and to calm the spirit of the girl.

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Until now, the dolls remain on leave with such a daunting subject, Barera was deliberately not cleaned until he drowned 50 years later on canal where was the girl drowned. Isn’t it a creepy story alright ?

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