Publish date: October 3rd 2011
Pages no: 30
Edition language: English
Ugh Dolls!! Is there anything more creepy than dolls, they have always creeped me out.I used to hide all my dolls in the cuboard when I was a wee girl or my over active imagination would have them moving and sneaking up on me in the dark while I was in bed.This story reminds me of that fear. It's s...
I love stories about la Isla de la Munecas - the entire place and its history are just so disturbingly creepy. This book, which uses la Isla as its main setting? Not so creepy.I was a bit disappointed. I was all set for it to be all sorts of disturbing, but Dollhouse had a scarier doll-based premise...
Stepping off the boat and viewing the dolls hanging from the trees, was a great way to get the suspense moving immediately. Taylor and her daughter were just a few of the passengers on that scenic trip to “The Island of the Dolls.” These dolls and the silence that surrounded these small relics are...
A very creepy story about a real location that might be one of the creepiest places on the planet. I really enjoyed this story. Well told and well imagined. You might wind up giving yourself a nightmare or two, especially if you have dolls in your house. It would make a good Night Gallery episod...
A creepy little short that was fun to read. I've always harbored a strange fear of dolls. Reading a short story about an entire island with dolls hanging from trees and whatnot did nothing to alleviate my fears.
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