Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
Baby Ariel was soft, cuddly and if you hug her really tight, the shell-shaped locket in the middle of her chest would light up.
I wouldn’t mind having her for myself!
Nicole can’t seriously sleep without hugging the doll. She took Baby Ariel anywhere, too, even on a sleepovers with her older sister’s friends.
Until one day, she asked me to throw her doll away.
She claimed Baby Ariel became mean, was flying at nights, with red eyes and hair all over her face.
I told Nicole that she had a nightmare, but from that day on, she hated her doll.
I put the doll in a shoebox and hid it somewhere.
With the movies about scary dolls, it got me thinking.
Was her doll also haunted?
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Monique Santos says
Scary! Maybe your daughter watched horror movie before that? or she had grown up and doesn't want a doll for a toy.
Melgie Campbell says
Scary movie! I've seen the trailer on GGV last week, kakatakot nga yung mga haunted dolls.
Not really a fan of dolls, especially those that were used in horror movies.
Scary experience. I wonder what triggered your daughter's dislike for her doll. I had a cute baby doll when i was a kid. Every Chistmas, we use the child as baby Jesus.
Mayette Domencil says
I am afraid of dolls. I always have this creepy idea of them being alive. I also fear their eyes, parang there's something their eyes is saying. Hehe
Allan D says
I want to watch the movie. Hope to get a nice copy of it.