A Houston mother is claiming her daughter’s Elsa doll from the popular Disney film Frozen is haunted. Emily Madonia took to Facebook to explain the bizarre events surrounding the toy. She says the doll started singing in Spanish even when it was turned off. Madonia and her husband decided to throw the doll out, but soon found it had returned inside their home not once, but twice even after attempting to securely dispose of it.
After the second reappearance, the family went on vacation, hoping the incident was behind them. However, when they returned, their daughter spotted the doll again in their backyard. Having had enough, Madonia mailed the toy to a friend who lives over 1500 miles away, hoping the distance would end the doll’s mysterious movements. Her friend has since received the Elsa doll and has taped it to the hood of his car to prevent it from disappearing again.
The story has shocked social media users, with many commenting that the doll must be possessed. One suggested it should have been burned. For now, the Elsa doll remains taped to a car 1500 miles from its original owner. Whether the toy stays in its new location or somehow returns to Madonia’s home remains to be seen in this bizarre account of a supposedly haunted Frozen doll.