Oct 22

Haunted Ventriloquist Doll Head Seen Blinking, Moving Lips In Creepy Video

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Something about ventriloquist dolls makes them really creepy, but one man's took it to a whole new level. His name is Michael Diamond and his doll, which is really just a doll's head, is named Mr. Fritz. Mr. Fritz is believed to have been created by an American ventriloquist while he was a prisoner at a Polish based Stalag in World War 2. Michael was recently given it by a military memorabilia collector and put it in a room where he has several items and curiosities on display. Soon after, he noticed the glass display case the head was in would be open in the morning. To figure out who was responsible, the father of two set up a GoPro camera and was shocked by what he captured. Not only did the cabinet door open on its own, but the doll's eyes blinked and its mouth moved. https://youtu.be/6p3hXH1xBNQ

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