The World’s Most Haunted Objects
Meet the owner of a wine cabinet box that contains an evil spirit that can cause one to have strokes and create personal havoc. Taking a picture without permission of the demon or evil spirit that resides within the cursed doll belonging to a deceased Key West man can be quite dangerous for those who refuse to oblige. Enter at your own risk.
1 Evil Wine Cabinet Box Wreaks Havoc on Antique Dealer
Sometimes dealing with antiques can be quite dangerous. An antique buyer in Portland, Oregon started his terrifying tale back in 2001 when he bought a haunted Dibbuk from a real estate sale. A Dibbuk according to Jewish culture is a haunted wine box that contains the spirit of a vicious and quite often dangerous entity. Rumor has it that these spirits live within these boxes and that if opened they can release the dangerous powers upon those who open them. The dealer had a series of strange events occur including a distinct unexplained cat urine odor and light bulbs breaking in his shop. After giving the box to his mother as a gift, she immediately suffered a stroke. Eventually,the dealer put the haunted box up on EBay where it was finally purchased by the curator of a medical museum in Missouri.
2 Haunted Doll Terrifies Two College Students
A woman purchased what she thought was a cute Raggedy Ann type doll at a local thrift store for her daughter who was in college. Unfortunately for both her daughter and her roommate the toy proved to be an evil manipulating force that wanted nothing but control of the two. The doll would move on its own and leave drawings that were made by a child around their apartment. After contacting a medium the girls were informed the doll contained the spirit of a child who died in their apartment building. Feeling bad for the little girl trapped in the doll they granted her permission to stay with them. However this proved to be quite dangerous. The possessed doll savagely attached one of their male friends cutting his torso and chest. The girls once again contacted another pair of mediums who discovered the doll’s true demonic spirituality. Till this day, the doll stays behind a closed case in their museum warning everyone not to touch or open.
3 Chair of Death
Back in 1702 convicted murderer Thomas Busby had one final request to eat at his favorite bar before being put to death for his crimes. At the end of his meal,the criminal stood up and threatened that anyone who sits in his chair would immediately die. Many patrons who visited the bar would often challenge each other to sit in the chair of death. To date there have been several unexplained deaths that have befallen those who sat in the chair. The restaurant owner moved the chair to storage to prevent further tragedy however this proved not to work either after a local delivery man sat in the chair after making his rounds. Hours later the man was killed in a car accident. After this last tragedy, the restaurant owner decided to donate the chair to a local museum where it stays up in the air to prevent any further mishaps.
4 Haunted Doll, Who Curses Those Who do not Ask Permission To Take its Picture
Wow, you do not want to upset this doll by not getting permission before taking its picture. Lest you do not value your life or health very well, that is. The doll was given to a young boy in 1896 by a servant who practiced black magic in Key West, Florida. The servant however did not like the boy’s family and had put a curse on the doll. Years later the family who bought the young man’s house after his passing had experienced the same trauma. The new family’s little girl claimed the doll threatened to kill her and do other sorts of bodily harm. In time, the doll was donated to a museum where rumor has it you must ask permission from the doll to take a picture of it. If not you will inevitably suffer the wrath of the doll’s curse. There have been several accounts where visitors to the museum have written into the doll that they apologize for taking its picture without asking and if they could be released from its spell.