A deluge of possessed dolls around the world this week serves a sobering reminder to survivors everywhere about the dangers of demonic doll disposal.
If you or anyone you know is dealing with a possessed plaything, please read on!
First, in Singapore, a possessed doll was disposed of by the side of a busy road with a scarf over its eyes that reads, “in the name of God.”
Why? The owner hoped to dump the doll on a passing patsy who would presumably pick it up, remove the scarf, and look into its creepy eyes long enough to become the doll’s next possessee, thereby liberating the first owner from its infernal curse.
Instead the doll remains there, terrorizing the neighbourhood with strange voices and unexpected movements.
Now in California, another demonic doll this week, was found beheaded, wrapped in a cloth, placed in a clay pot and buried along with a number of machetes and what may be a human skull. The doll was dug up by a curious Husky named Skye who and his unsuspecting owner Aaron.
This kind of irresponsible demon doll disposal is one of my pet peeves. Yes we all know that recycling is a good thing, except when it comes to possessed playthings. Then it is just called passing the possessed peso.
If you or anyone you know has a demonized doll dilemma, let me repeat this here again for the millionth time, YOU CAN’T JUST DUMP IT. Not even with a million machetes or even a creepy religious blindfold. Possessed items must be properly repossessed by an certified infernal repo service provider or IRSP. Many communities have a code red-box possessed item pick up service so call your city hall today to find out if yours is one of them. It’s often as easy as sealing the doll in the red bin they provide and placing it at a designated portal.
And if your community doesn’t have a portal pick up service, there are a number of providers here on SOS. I urge you to contact one of them below. Your survival is virtually guaranteed.*
*99.98% guaranteed except under exceptional circumstances.