BBC Bargain Hunt followers have been completely disturbed and left no choice but to turn off the show – all due to a creepy “haunted” doll which had an eerie resemblance of its dead owner with matching eyes and his own hair.
When expert Charlie Ross encountered a doll, referred as George, it was truly horror incarnate for viewers.
Charlie, 72 years old, had the pleasure of sitting down with Marie Wesson from Nottingham Haunted Museum who said “He came to us from Texas and, back in the day, they would make things like George in memory of passed loved ones.”
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“The difference with George is the passed loved one… George now has his glass eyes and hair.” Marie said: “The family member who passed over.
He came to us because the family was experiencing a lot of paranormal things with him. They would get headaches and their eyes would start hurting, so they took him to a few mediums and apparently George wants his eyes and hair back, he can’t rest without them.”
Charlie admitted he could “feel a bit of a headache coming on” as he gazed at the doll. And viewers at home were left baffled by the segment and were forced to tune out.
A social media user wrote: “I can’t look at the TV, I hate dolls.” And a second rushed to reply, too, saying: “See those haunted dolls on Bargain Hunt BBC today?
George had the hair and eyes of the dead person as they won’t rest until they get their hair and eyes back…”