When dealing with paranormal situations you always consider in the back of your head the countless amounts of horror movies/novels and suspense thrillers you’ve seen/read to be just fabricated tales by amazing artists. However, these stories had to have some basis of truth and reality to them or else, us the viewer, wouldn’t be affected the way we are when we watch such films and read said novels. However you still never say to yourself on an investigation, ‘Tonight I’m going to encounter a possessed doll.’ I wish that was the case so that I could have mentally prepared myself for the events that took place at Boggs’ house.
As we start most investigations we had the owner of the home give us a synopsis of the experiences and history of paranormal activity he or she is experiencing. In most cases this is a common process and nothing odd happens or distracts us before going lights-out. That all changed very quickly upon walking through the home of Boggs. Immediately the team was drawn, fascinated, and terrified all at the same time by the cabinet which contained Molly, the inanimate, yet quite alive porcelain doll.
What struck us as odd right off the bat is when we did our preliminary EMF scan of the residence to seek out electrical currents and natural spots that give up high readings, Molly gave off a reading in our EMF. We then proceeded to make sure she wasn’t a battery operated doll of some nature; which she wasn’t. She actually had no markings whatsoever and appeared to be hand-made. At this point we knew we were definitely dealing with something paranormal.
We decided to take pictures of the doll for our records and began to notice the next peculiar thing about Molly. She changes her expression for the camera. Not only that, she decides what pictures she will let you have and which ones you can’t keep. Literally every one of our team members had difficulties saving images of her or just taking images in general. My phone froze and deleted all the pictures I took of Molly except for one, and Feanix’s phone froze and completely bugged out her camera app to the point she had to restart her device as well. At this moment in time is when we decided Molly deserved the limelight and we placed and IR directly on her to track anything odd that she may have in store for us.
The rest of the night went pretty smoothly as far as the investigation is concerned. We had a few anomalies of light we couldn’t decipher as well as random bumps here and there. The most activity had to of definitely taken place in the beginning of the investigation with the interaction of Molly and the team. Molly unsettled Juno to the point where she had to leave the premise of the building for a few hours to regroup. There are a few instances where we noticed via the static IR cameras that her facial expression did change as well move on her own.
We, as a team, are definitely doing more research and want to obviously confirm or debunk whatever Molly may be/contain within her porcelain shell. The only thing that crosses my mind over and over again is the Robert doll that belonged to Robert Eugene Otto of Key West. Robert is actually the inspiration for the Child’s Play movie series which stars its very own possessed doll well known to all as ‘Chucky.’ The Robert doll determines who can take his picture, moves on his own, and gives off its own level of energy similar to Molly. A few things still ponder our minds and may do so for quite some time… Could Molly be Robert’s sister? Who made Molly? And most importantly, who is trapped inside of her?
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Molly kills camera from P.O.I. on Vimeo.
This situation occurred on one of our investigations where we had a run in with a possessed doll named 'Molly'. She was quite selective of what images we could take of her and well... watch the video you'll get the gist of her ways.
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