A Terrified parent thinks the Frozen toy, which her daughter gifted for Christmas haunted, wouldn’t leave the family alone even after thrown away.
Emily Madonia alleges that the Elsa doll she first purchased her daughter Aurelia in 2013 kept finding its way back into their house in Texas despite her husband throwing the toy in the garbage twice.
The doll sings Frozen’s song “Let It Go” when a button on her collar pushed.
But Madonia told the toy first gave her the heebie-jeebies when it started singing and talking in Spanish “even when it turned off.”
The family initially believed it was a bluff, but the doll’s strange markings led Madonia to make found.
“The doll has a marker on her from my daughter coloring over the years, so I understand the toy that reappeared was the original and not a replacement,” she said.
“Most logical intellectuals think it’s a prank, but I don’t understand how or when it was done because the garbage truck had taken it away.”
Family Wants To Get Rid Of Doll
The family was so troubled to get rid of the doll, so they sent to a friend of Madonia’s named Chris Hogan in Minnesota.
To assure that they’d be rid of the doll forever, the package was shipped without a return address so he could not send it back.
The doll made it to Minnesota, and taped to the brush guard of my Jeep,” Hogan wrote on Facebook.
“If anything weird appears, I’m welding her into a pipe and throwing it in Lake of the Woods.”
As Madonia put the doll in the box to mail it, she alleges the doll laughed for 30 seconds, something that never occurred before.
“If the doll returns, I might have to open my mind to some of the more supernatural solutions,” Madonia said.