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The Paranormal Bride Haunted Doll?| ON ITV This Morning | Is Now On Its Way To Us.

This morning at 11:20 the world met “the paranormal bride” an alleged haunted doll, which is now the property of ghosts of Britain / paranormal magazine.

Watch Debbie has she talks about the events leading upto selling the doll to us.

Possibly the most famous alleged haunted doll to date with all the media attention (the sun – the mirror – Daily mail – Yahoo News – Express – and TV coverage on this morning LIVE, with an historic auction out bidding any other haunted object to date.  $1123.63

The Doll is now packed and sent directly from this morning TV crew them selves – will the doll live upto the hype when she arrives at the door step of the sceptic lee steer in rotherham.

Watch out for a live stream of the opening of the doll when it arrives.

Anything within major public spotlight gets hate, and i respect that.  but i truly feel there are some elements within the case which are interesting which lead us to bid and win this auction.

  1. The woman selling isn’t involved in the paranormal community
  2. Her eBay account Showed no listings of anything haunted for sale…
  3. The Ebay listing didn’t even say it was haunted.
  4. We checked out the sellers history before bidding, and saw no previous haunted items sold.
  5. This seems like a genuine case and Debbie put the listing up at a very low price…its the bidders that have made it a big price!
  6. If this was made up, there would be more by the seller.
  7. If this was owned by a paranormal team selling loads of dolls i would have stayed well away..
  8. Upon first viewing the article and ebay listing i knew that it was close to beating the hands resist him painting, and thought to myself tonight history is going to change.. and we would like to try and be apart of it.

So all of the above made us decide to put in a bid. for the item, and we are proud to say we won…

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Most Haunted Items of All Time Top 15

By Charlene Kemp

Here I have researched 15 items that are alleged to be haunted by something, someone or which have an alleged curse attached to them. All these items are from across the world and some are more known then others. Have a read through, check out its history and let me no which items you think are the Most Haunted Items in the world.

One I wanted to include even though it isn’t an item as such is 

The Phone Number +359 888 888 888

The Number +359 888 888 888 has somewhat been given the name the cursed phone number. Everyone who has had this number since it was first issued  in the early 2000s has died. This includes the CEO of a Bulgarian mobile phone company, who died of cancer at the age of 48. Two crooks, one a mafia boss and the other a cocaine dealing estate agent, both gunned down. All three died within four years of one another. The number now has been suspended and the company who owns it has refused to comment as to why.

15. The Basano Vase

It is said that this silver vase made in the 15th century was given to a bride on the eve of her wedding. The bride to be was to wed near Napoli, Italy, but sadly she never made it to the alter as she was murdered that night with the vase in her hands.The vase was passed down the family line, but it was said that everyone who had it in their possession died soon after receiving it.

The vase was boxed up eventually and stored away until it resurfaced in 1988 with a note that read ‘Beware…This vase brings death’. The vase was auctioned off for $2,250 and was sold without the note and the warning in the description.

A pharmacist who brought the vase died within 3 months and three more deaths followed of its new owners. Finally the family demanded that the police take it away, which seemed to tame the curse. The vase has not been seen since.

14. The Old Man Puppet

The Old Man Puppet is Now in Jayne Harris possession. Jayne is a paranormal investigator and haunted item collector and has been studying alleged haunted items for many years

The puppet came from a man, who wished to be name John, he said that he inherited the puppet after his father passed away.He believed that spirits had attached themselves to the doll and stated that one night he awoke to the sensation of being choked but previously to this had nightmares of an old man.

He stated that

I cleared out all of my dad’s belongings apart from the puppet, which I left on the drawer by my bed for some reason and that night it felt like I was being choked. I was wide awake in bed and thought I saw a shadow move from one side of the window to the other and worried something was trying to scare us. Then without warning my throat suddenly went really tight, I’ve never had anyone’s hands around my throat before so it was really scary.’ 

John stated that after this incident, he contacted Jayne Harris and since passing the puppet over to Jayne, him and his wife feel much safer.

The puppet is placed in a glass case and is blessed with holy water. Jayne studied and worked with the puppet for 3 months, where nothing really occurred but one night to Jaynes excitement on reviewing footage Jayne spots the puppet move.

Video below

Jayne stated

“I’ve never had anything as exciting as this, i’ve caught pictures of mists, orbs and shadows but nothing as physical as this video evidence.” She claims that the footage was not faked, and she believes that a spirit is responsible for making the puppet’s control bar fall into the cabinet’s glass window.”

13. Valentinos Ring

Rudolph Valentino, one of the greatest silent actors of all time, brought this ring in the 1920s. Rudolph showed his ring to a friend, who instantly pictured an image of a corpse.

Rudolph dismissed the premonition but from that day came a string of bad luck.

His career flopped and soon after wearing the ring Rudolph died. His lover, wore the ring and became mysteriously ill. A writer wrote a biography of Rudolph’s life and decided to wear the ring and died shortly after.

Years passed and a man named Jo Casino purchased the ring. Several years pass and it was thought the curse may have been lifted. Jason decided he wanted to wear the ring and died a week later!

12. Conjure Chest

Jacob Cooley a slave owner, ordered one of his servants to make a chest for his son.  The slave Hosea made a beautiful chest and presented it to Jacob. Jacob was not impressed by it and beat Hosea to death.
Jacobs other slaves, friends of Hosea, planned revenge on Jacob and planned a ritual and got a ‘conjure man’ to place a curse upon the chest.

Jacobs first born son died and it is believed the curse may be responsible for 17 other deaths.

Its believed that the curse as since been lifted from the chest and the chest can be viewed on display at the Kentucky History Museum in Frankfort.

11. The Tallman Bunkbeds

In February 1987, Alan and Debby Tallman purchased bunk beds for their children. The bunk beds was stored in their basement for some time until they could be moved upstairs.

For the 9 months the bunk beds was in the house a series of strange occurrences happened that the family just could not explain. The radio would change stations, the children became ill and stated they had seen witches.

The family brought a pastor into their home to cleanse the house and even though the activity did seem to tame down for a short while, it didn’t take long before it started once again.

Alan claimed he came home one day to hear a voice beckoning him into the garage saying ‘come here’. When he approached he seen that the area was on fire. He ran out and got a fire extinguisher to return to find that the fire had disappeared.

Alan decided to burn the bunk beds and stated that once gone the activity stopped.

1o. The Hands Resist Him

In 1972 Bill Stoneham, an artist from Oakland, California used an old photo of himself from the age of five, to be the model for the boy in the painting. The boy is either looking to the future, or the viewer is looking back into their past.

The hands seen in the windows are other potential routes and possibilities his life path may have taken, or other potential lives that may have been, but he does not see them, his back is turned. The little girl doll is his guide through life, though she is holding a piece of herself, a battery and some wires.

Finally, the glass door is a veil between waking and dreaming, and perhaps between life and death.

The painting was first displayed at Feingarten Gallery in Beverly Hills, California in the 1970s. The painting was purchased by actor John Marley ( Jack Woltz in The God Father). Sometime after Marley’s death the painting was found on the site of an old brewery. An elderly couple found the painting and put it on Ebay in February 2000, according to them they believed the painting had some sort of curse.

They claimed that the characters in the painting moved during the night, and that they would sometimes leave the painting and enter the room in which it was being displayed. Also included with the listing were a series of photographs that were said to be evidence of an incident in which the female doll character threatened the male character with a gun that she was holding, causing him to attempt to leave the painting. A disclaimer was included with the listing absolving the seller from all liability if the painting was purchased.

Some people claimed that simply viewing the photos of the painting made them feel ill or have unpleasant experiences. Eventually, the auction page was viewed over 30,000 times.

After an initial bid of $199, the painting eventually received 30 bids and sold for $1,025.00. Eventually Bill Stoneham was contacted was told the story of it. He reported being quite surprised by all the stories and strange interpretations of the images in the painting. According to the artist, the object presumed by the eBay sellers to be a gun is actually nothing more than a dry cell battery and a tangle of wires.

Stoneham recalls that both the owner of the gallery in which the painting was first displayed, and the art critic who reviewed it, died within one year of coming into contact with the painting.


Claimed as ‘one of America’s Most Haunted Home’ the Myrtles Plantation in St Francisville, LA, is also the home of the alleged haunted mirror. Dozens of legends surround the historic property and the tales of the haunted mirror is properly one of the most famous.

It is thought that a slave named Chloe baked an oleander laced cake for the Woodruff family. Its believed that Chloe poisoned 3 members of the family, Sara, the lady of the plantation, and her two daughters. Many believe that Chloe didn’t mean to kill and only insisted on making them ill. Its believed that Sara and her two daughters are trapped inside the mirror.

The 217 year old plantation has had many reports from visitors, which include handprints on the glass, prints believed to belong to Slain Woodruffs. Strange drip like marks running the length of the mirror and not being able clean and remove residue. Figures have also been spotted inside the mirror in old fashioned clothing.

Even though it may seem something strange may be occurring with the mirror, plantation records show no record of a slave name Chloe and one of the Woodruff daughters survived well into adulthood. The other perished from yellow fever as well as Sara.

Pictured below is a ghostly figure caught in the mirror.


The Busby Stool also known to many as the ‘Chair of Death’ and the ‘Cursed Chair’ is allegedly a haunted oak chair and is said to be one of the most haunted items in the world.
It is said that the curse was put on the chair by the Murderer Thomas Busby before his execution by hanging in North Yorkshire.

Busby was arrested, tried and condemned to death after he murdered his father in law Daniel Auty in 1702. The execution’s site which was opposite and was renamed The Busby Stool Inn, It was said to be haunted by the Busby Ghost also but unfortunately the pub isn’t here to this day and a takeaway stands in its place.

Even though this isn’t thought to be the actual Busby Chair that Thomas Busby would have placed a curse on as it is believed this one would have been made around the 1800s , This chair has somehow been given the name and has been given the reputation of that the original would have had, as it has also been alleged to have caused deaths of those who haddared to sit within it at The Busby Inn.

It is unknown what may have happened to the original chair.

Two Young airmen sat in the inn one night daring each other to sit within the chair. Eventually one of them caved in and placed his bum within the chair for a second. On their way back to the field they both died in a traffic accident.

Post world war II a young builders apprentice died soon after having lunch at the Inn. His workmates had dared him to sit within the chair, which he did and later that day fell through a roof of a building and died.

A delivery man sat in the chair while it was stored away in the cellar after enquiring about the legend. He died in a car crash that evening when he lost control of his car and it crashed killing him sometime later.

Many airmen from the nearby airfield lost their lives after having sat in the chair. It was said all who did would not return home from the war.

A chimney sweep man who sat in the chair within the Inn after having a few drinks, left the Inn at some hour of the night/early hours of the morning and didn’t managed to get far. He was found hanging from a gate post next to the mock Busby Gibbet which is located next to the Inn. A report into his death decided that this gentlemen had taken his own life.

I went to the Museum, which this chair is displayed to view the documentary and findings please visit the below link


7. Anna Bakers Wedding Dress

In 1836, Elias Baker, a ironmaster, purchased a mansion near Alleghany Furnace in Altoona, PA.

Elias and his wife and two sons moved in and later on Hetty, Elias wife, had their third child Anna.

Stories tell that when Anna reached marrying age, she fell in love with a local man who was a steelworker.They got engaged in secret and Anna got herself a beautiful gown ready to wear for her wedding day.

Her father, Alas, discovered Anna’s plan and forbid Anna to marry the man she so deeply loved. Alas thought the man was too low class for Anna and demanded it to be called off.

The wedding dress never got worn and Anna died in 1914 marrying nobody.

The gown remains on display in the Bakers Mansion and historic house museum in glass casing. It is claimed that the dress would often appear to dance all by itself, its sleeves fluttering and the matching shoes tapping. The Bakers mansion itself it reputed to have many sightings that of Anna, Elias, Hetty (Anna’s mother) and David (Anna’s younger brother).

According  to researchers the dress was worn by Elizabeth Bell in 1830. Bell the daughter of an iron master, Edward Bell. So the claims that it had never been worn are debunked, but whether the story of Anna and her Lover are made up it still doesn’t dismiss the claims people have made with reporting the dress moving.

6. Peggy The Doll

Previously sent to Jayne Harris (Paranormal investigator and Haunted collector) by a lady who reported a series of terrifying nightmares.

She claimed that she would wake feeling hot and shaken and no matter where the doll was within the house the nightmares still continued.

The lady asked for help from her local priest but two visits on and there was still no change.

In September the lady became quite ill with a fever and began suffering hallucinations.When recovered, the lady decided she needed rid of the doll and convinced herself all the goings on was to do with the doll. The lady sent the doll to Jayne as she didn’t want any kind of experiments conducting in her home.

Jayne posted videos and photos of peggy and many people came forward after viewing and suggested that Peggy had affected them in some way. Many described having chest pains, nausea and headaches. Some even reported flashing visions of mental institutions and feelings of abuse and anxiety. One lady even claimed to have suffered a heart attack straight after viewing.

Jayne herself even stated she experiences migraines and feeling drained after working with peggy.

It is thought that the doll is possessed by two spirits a women named Peggy and a male. Four different psychic mediums have read ‘Peggy’ and the overall feel is that she is restless, frustrated and was persecuted in life. The male is thought to be nasty and evil and the root cause for the negative affects it has on people.

Others have stated that they feel she has possible links to the holocaust and may be jewish.

In April 2016 Peggy featured on ‘Deadly Possessions’ with Zak Bagans, during this there was some unexplainable occurrences.

While interviewing Jayne, Zak had flies landing on his face while discussing Peggy, which he stated had never happened before. While Zak was debating whether or not to view Peggy the camera suddenly stopped recording.

Now Peggy is residing in Zac Bagans Haunted Museum in Las Vegas. 

To view more info on Peggy please visit

5. Crying Boy

In England, 1985, a series of bizarre fires broke out, destroying many homes and businesses. The link between the fires was a collection of paintings, known as ‘Crying Boys’. Out of the devastation of each fire, only the paintings would survive, and soon, they would be labelled as ‘cursed’.

Bruno Amadio, an academically trained painter, was working as a painting restorer in Venice, when he created his series that became known as ‘Crying Boys’. These paintings, of which at least 65 were made, all featured young boys, who stared straight out of the picture, with tears welling in their eyes and rolling down their cheeks.

The pictures were created for tourists visiting post world war two Venice, the significance being that the paintings showed the sorrow of the children who had been recently orphaned due to the war.

Eventually, some of these paintings were brought to England, mass produced and sold in shops and department stores at a cheap price. More than 50,000 copies of the paintings made their way into people’s houses all across England.

In September 1985, British newspaper ‘The Sun’ ran a report on some strange happenings surrounding the Crying Boy paintings.

The article told the story of Ron and May Hall’s home of 27 years, in Rotherham, which was destroyed by a devastating fire. The fire was started when an unattended frying pan caught a light and the house went along with it.

The strange thing was that only one item seemed to have survived the blaze. Found amongst the ashes and ruin was a frame, the painting within was face down on the floor, and only slightly scorched. The Crying Boy had survived the fire somehow.

Ron Hall’s brother was a fire-fighter, and he told how several houses had burned to the ground, and that the sole remaining item was a copy of The Crying Boy, found intact, lying face down on the floor.

He also insinuated that fire-fighters believed the painting to be cursed, and that none would hang the picture in their homes. One fire station officer Alan Wilkinson had logged more than fifty ‘Crying Boy’ fires.

With The Sun’s large reader base, and the fact that more than 50,000 copies of The Crying Boy were hanging in British homes, a fear in the curse quickly spread.

Many readers told their stories through the paper, and various other papers around the country. The story was always the same, soon after the picture found its way into a home, a fire broke out, destroying everything except the picture itself.

Several readers also wrote in, explaining that after they had read about the curse, they attempted to destroy their copies of the paintings. They attempted to burn them in their garden incinerators, but the painting failed to burn.

Soon after a ‘Crying Boy’ fire had gutted an Italian Restaurant, The Sun ran a story encouraging readers to send them their copy of the paintings, if they felt fear from the curse. The sun organised mass bonfires for the burning of the paintings, and soon over two thousand had finally gone up in flames. Although they were not easy to burn, they did eventually succumb to the fire and flames.

Soon other methods for lifting the curse of the painting came to light, such as handing the painting to another (thereby giving them the curse), or hanging the picture alongside a painting containing a crying girl.

The stories of the fires began to smoulder, and the series of events relegated to the status of legend. However, the question still is If the paintings were indeed somehow causing or enabling fires to take place, what force could be behind it?

There are several stories behind the legend of the painting itself. One states that the models for the various crying boys were orphans who, soon after the paintings were completed, died in an orphanage fire.

Another version is that Bruno Amadio, also known as Bragolin, had fled to Spain soon after the end of World War Two. Here Amadio met a young boy named Don Bonillo, a mute orphan who had seen his parents perish in a house fire during the war.

Amadio soon adopted the boy, although he was warned off of doing so by a local priest, the boy being the centre of many mysterious fires that broke out wherever he went. The boy was known locally as the devil child.

Amadio refused to believe such stories, and the new family did well, Amadios paintings were selling well, and the two were living easy.

Unfortunately, one day Amadio found that his house and studio had burned to the ground. Remembering the priest’s warnings, he immediately blamed Don and kicked him out of the family. Don Bonillo was not heard from again until 1976, and surrounding another bizarre event.

Just outside of Barcelona a car smashed into a wall and burst into flames. The driver was killed and was so horrifically burned; he was not able to be identified. However, upon investigation back at the police yard, the glove compartment was pried open. There, among burned items, was an untouched driver’s license. The name on the license was Don Bonillo.

It is said all of Amadio’s paintings of crying boys were cursed by the memory of Don Bonillo.

Unfortunately, all of the facts of this story cannot be 100% confirmed. Bruno Amadio, the painter, died in 1981, the truth of this story has also gone with him.

4. Robert The Doll

Robert the doll who’s face is vaguely human, His nose looks like a pair of pinholes. Covered in brown nicks, which appear like scars. His eyes black and beady and he wears a malevolent smirk. Robert is known to be one of the most haunted dolls in the world and even inspired the film Chucky.

Where Robert the doll actually comes from is much disputed, stories of its origins gets passed around but the story goes that Robert was given to Thomas Otto son Robert who lived on a plantation. The Ottos was known to have servants, which they often mistreated. HaitianDue to such treatment of one such Haitian Servant is where this story begins.

This lady was supposed to look after Robert, one day Roberts mother caught the servant practicing black magic in their backyard and fired her.

Before leaving its believed the servant gave Robert a life size doll, which was 3 feet in height, had buttons for eyes and human hair (believed to be Roberts) and was filled with straw.

Dolls often resembled children during this era, so this was not unheard of. Robert named the doll after himself and often dressed him in his own clothes. Robert the doll came somewhat of a trusted friend to Robert and took the doll everywhere. The relationship between the Doll and Robert took a strange turn soon after.

Robert decided he wanted to  be referred to by Gene (His middle name). After being scolded by his mother, Robert told his mother that the name Robert was the dolls name and not his.

Gene was heard in his toy room often having conversations with Robert. Gene would say something in his childish voice and responses would be heard in a much lower tone of voice.

Gene became very agitated which worried the servants and his mother. Robert would also sometimes be found cowering in the corner while Robert was sat perched on a chair glaring over.

Household objects would be found thrown across the room, Genes toys damaged and sounds of giggling. Gene would blame the doll claiming “Robert did it”. Gene would take the punishment but always insisted that it was ‘Robert’.

Activity grew and the Otto’s relatives felt it was time to do something and decided to remove the doll. Robert was placed in a box and stored in the attic, where he remained for many years.

Genes father died and Gene decided to move back home with his new wife. Gene now an artist, felt the house was just what he needed.

One day he went in the attic and dusted off his childhood toy. Gene somewhat seemed attached to the doll again despite his wife’s displeasure. Gene once again took the doll everywhere he went. Gene also made sure the doll was nearby on his favourite chair as him a d his wife slept.

Slowly their marriage went into disappear and Gene’s wife moved Robert into the attic naming it the Turret Room. Gene’s wife supposedly went insane and died of u known causes as well as Gene shortly after.

It was claimed that Robert attacked people, locked people in the attic and that laugher of an evil manner could be heard. Robert remained in the house on his own for sometime, until a new family purchased the mansion and decided to have it restored. Robert was once again moved into the attic.

Sometimes Robert was found in other parts of the house, and the icing on the cake was when the family claimed Robert was at the foot of the owners bed giggling with a kitchen knife placed within its hand. The family fled.

Robert was then moved to the East Martello Museum in Key west, where he is now. Robert is sat perched in a glass box in his sailor suit clutching his stuffed lion, but despite moving homes it seems that Robert still plays up to his old tricks.

Visitors and employees claim to have seen the doll move, his smile turn into a scowl.

One of the museums employees accounts that one night, he cleaned Robert, turned the lights off and left for the night. When he returned the next day, he found that all the lights was on and that Robert was sat in a different position to how he left him and a fresh layer of dust was upon his shoes.

Some believe Robert can curse you and if you want to take a picture you must ask politely. If he appears to tilt his head this is his given permission to do so, if not and you take one anyway then a curse will befall upon you or anyone you may be with. The same applies if you mock or make fun of him. Around Robert’s casing is letters of apology, of those who have visited and have mocked Robert, the museum receives 100s of letters, emails and messages from visitors offering an apology to him after suffering misfortunes after visiting him.

After doing some research to where the doll may actually come from, Robert’s origins trace back to the Steiff Company. The same toy maker that first manufactured a Teddy Bear in honour of Theodore Roosevelt. It may be that Robert was never intended to be actually sold as a toy and would have properly part of a set fabricated for a window display of clowns and Jesters.

3. Annabelle 

The Annabelle doll has inspired many films over the years such as The Conjuring (2013), Conjuring 2 (2016) Annabelle (2014) and Annabelle 2 (2017).
Annabelle was given to Donna, a student nurse as a gift for her birthday by her mother. Donna’s mother had purchased the doll from a second hand hobby store.

Donna was currently living with her friend Angie at the time. At first the doll would only make small movements, which at the time Donna and Angie put it down to accidental, for example placing the doll on the table and finding it on the floor, simple logics suggested that it may have just fell off?.Movements begin to increase though and the doll would move to one place to another.

Close friend Lou was nervous of the ragged doll and believed that she was evil, possessed and something needed to be done. Donna and Angie though still remained very logical and believed they somehow was to blame for the movements of the doll.

It wasn’t long after that the two women started to find notes. The notes were written on parchment paper, paper which neither of them had or used. The notes said a various things but the most common wrote was ‘Help Lou’ and ‘ Help us’

Donna came home one day and found the doll in its usual place upon her bed, on looking Donna spotted that the doll had literal blood on its hands.It seemed to look like blood but whatever it was seemed to be coming from the doll. At this point the women decided to call a medium for some help, to see if they could get answers before things became worse.

The first medium to visit told Donna and Angie that the land which their apartment was on used to be a field. She said that a young girl had been found many years before on the land who was about 7 years old.

The medium stated that the young girl named Annabelle Higgins and that she still roamed the land and when the doll came into the house Annabelle’s spirit was fond of the doll and attached herself to it. This was the point where the name Annabelle was associated with the doll.

Donna and Angie understood and felt sorry for the young girl, they decided to keep the doll and allow they spirit if Annabelle to stay so that she wouldn’t be alone.

One day Angie and Lou was spending some time together when they heard movement in Donna’s room. Donna wasn’t in and the pair froze in fear. At first they thought they had an intruder on their hands and went to investigate to find that actually it was the Doll.

Lou went to look in Donna’s room and realised that nobody was there, the doll at this point was sat on the chair rather then on Donna’s bed. As Lou moved towards the doll Lou got the feeling that something terrible was about to happen and all of a sudden got a pain in his chest. As he looked a series of claw marks appeared as if someone had leapt at him and scratched him. Nobody else was in the room so the only explanation was that it was Annabelle. The strangest part was that as soon as the scratches appeared they seem to heal straight away and after two days there was no trace of them at all.

At this point the Warrens was called in. Edward Warren and Lorraine Warren was the first paranormal investigators and demonologists to look into the case.

A priest was called into the case by the Warrens and it was discovered that Annabelle was a demon that had attached itself to the doll and its main goal was to take possession of Donna’s soul. The Warrens at this point said that demons don’t possess items or things but did possess people. The priest eventually exorcised the apartment and the Warrens took Annabelle back with them. It was agreed that they would drive home on the back roads to avoid any accidents that Annabelle could cause. On the way home sure enough, the Warrens was struck by many car problems such as their power steering failing, brake failures and the car stalling. Edward sprinkled holy water over the doll which he stated calmed the activity down.

When home Edward placed the doll on his desk, thinking it would be safe for a short while. At this point Annabelle was seen rising above the desk, levitating on a number of occasions. Activity slowed down and the Warrens thought that the demon was under some sort of control. At a later date Annabelle was reported to be moving from one room to another around the house. 

The Warrens decided at this point to call in a priest again, but on visiting didn’t seem to take the case seriously, reporting that Annabelle was just a doll and couldn’t hurt anyone. One leaving the priest was involved in a car accident, where the brakes failed and the car crashed with it resulting in the car turning over. Even though the car was a complete right off the Priest even though badly hurt, did survive.

Annabelle is now stored at The Warren’s Occult Museum and this year 2017 was moved from an old casing which stated on it  DANGER DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING and WARNING  POSITIVELY DO NOT into a new casing.

2.Dybbuk Box 

The Dybbuk box / Dibbuk Box (in the Hebrew language known as קופסת דיבוק) is a jewish wine cabinet that is said to be haunted by a dybbuk. A dybbuk is alleged to be a restless and malicious spirit, believed to be able to haunt and possess the living. The Dybbuk box gave inspiration for the 2012 film The Possession
Kevin Mannis was the first person who created the term the ‘ Dibbuk Box’. He used this term on a eBay auction to describe what he was selling along with a list of paranormal events he related to be connected to the box.

Kevin Mannis, a writer and creative by trade, owned a small antiques and furniture business in Portland, Oregon. Kevin story of the box is that he brought it was an estate sale in 2003. It had belong to a holocaust survivor, Havela, in German-occupied Poland. Havela had escaped to Spain and purchased the box before her immigration to the US. Havela’s granddaughter explained to Kevin that the box had been purchased by Havela in Spain after the holocaust.

Kevin offered the box back to the granddaughter after hearing this information but the granddaughter insisted that she didn’t want it. She told him ‘We don’t want it’ and that it was kept in her grandmothers sewing room, never to be opened as it was said a dybbuk lived inside it.

Kevin decided to open the box and he found two 1920s pennies, a lock of blood hair bound with a cord, a lock of brown/black hair bound with a cord, a small statue engraved with the hebrew word ‘Shalom’ , a small golden wine goblet, one dried rose bud and a single candle holder with four octopus shaped legs.

There has been numerous owners of the box who have reported that activity surrounds the box. Kevin wrote that he experienced a series of horrific nightmares shared with other people while they had the box or when they stayed at his home while he had it. His mother suffered a stroke on the same day he gave her the box as a birthday present on 28th October. Every owner of the box has reported that smells of cat urine, jasmine flowers and nightmares involving an old hag with the box.

Iosif Neitzke, a Missouri student at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri and the last person to auction the box on eBay, claimed that the box caused lights to burn out in his house and his hair to fall out.

Jason Haxton, Director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri, had been following Neitzke’s blogs regarding the box and when he was ready to be rid of the box Neitzke sold it to Jason.

Haxton wrote since having The Dibbuk Box, he had developed strange health problems, including hives, coughing up blood, and “head-to-toe welts”.Haxton consulted with Rabbis (Jewish religious leaders) to try to figure out a way to seal the dybbuk in the box again. Eventually Jason took the freshly resealed box and hid it at a secret location, which he has never revealed.

Since then Zac Bagans of Ghost Adventures has spoke to Jason about buying the box off him to have at his haunted Museum in Las vegas, Jason has agreed and Zac has stated that he will not be opening the box and to view it you will need to be over 18 and will need to sign a waiver.

1. The Anguished Man Painting

Sean Robinson is the owner of this eerie painting. Sean reports that he had inherited the painting by his grandmother, she said the painting was evil and kept it in her attic.

Sean’s grandmother told Sean that the painting was painted using the artist’s own blood and that after painting it had killed himself. She stated she had heard voices and crying coming from the painting when displayed and that a shadow figure had been spotted.

Sean took the painting home, he and his family started witnessing activity, his son fell down the stairs, his wife felt something stroking her hair, crying was heard and a shadow man was seen.

Sean set a camera up overnight to try and capture the strange goings on. Sean’s videos are available to view on youtube and these videos show doors slamming, smoke, the painting falling over, a figure cross the camera and strange sounds.

Sean took the painting out the house and it is now kept in storage. Sean will not sell the painting and its to my understanding that a film is being produced to document the story of it.

Below is a documentary our team did with Sean Robinson and the Painting, During our interview we witnessed some interesting activity, give it a watch

Its worth noting that after visiting the painting two weeks to the day two of our team members became ill, one actually being hospitalised for some time.

Would this have happened still even if the team hadn’t been to see the painting who knows but Sean did state during the documentary that people had reported becoming ill up to two weeks of viewing the painting.

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Our Visit To The Most Haunted Object In The World – the Anguished Man


This year the project reveal team visited the alleged most haunted object in the world that goes by the name of “the Anguished man”  to do a documentary.

This documentary was to get the story of the painting and the story of sean’s experiences with the painting, we had no intention of meeting the painting, and was very grateful of sean bringing the painting along to the interview and allowing us to spend some time with this truly ONE of a kind painting.

  • Painting is alleged to be painted in the blood of the person who painted it.
  • The person committed suicide shortly after
  • was believed to be a self portrait of the pain this person was going though at the time
  • While Sean and his family had experienced strange paranormal activity’s when the painting was in their home
  • Tests came back from the painting saying “inconclusive to blood in the painting” they couldn’t say yes or no.. “which is interesting…”
  • Painting is world famous with millions of views on youtube
  • More credit goes to this painting then  the Annabelle doll “with terms of reported captures and documentations”
  • With the short time project reveal team had with the painting, the minutes proved to be interesting with some unexpected things happening.. Was the painting tying to communicate with the skeptic?? take a look “

Video Points of interest

  1. Lee asks for the spirit to tap on the painting he gets 2 deep base bags “which he didnt hear at the time” at 25:25
  2. 25:25 a strange sound of like someone trying to breath or clear their throat
  3. Lee asks was you a prisoner of war “a faint EVP which could be saying I WAS can be heard”
  4. Followed lastly by a strange hissing sound – Please use headphones to listen to the video captures thank you. 

we have set the start time of the video below for you to see the strange captures..

If you find this article interesting we invite you to watch our full documentary on this truly creepy scary piece of work called the anguished man.


The official Facebook fanpage of the painting is here.

Also the real youtube channel.

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Project Paranormal ABOUT US – Part 2. The Ghost Show You Can Trust

projectWe Are Project Paranormal. A team of 4 people all interested in the paranormal, all respected within the paranormal community, and we have merged together from 2 teams, Ghosts of Britain and Knight Templar Paranormal order. Together we are called Project Paranormal A team YOU CAN TRUST. No faking, no acting, no scare mongering, We aim our shows to show a true investigation in its real form, and we base our SKY TV show, on Education and not entertainment. We are going to brings New Methods, New Experiments, Fresh Content, Fresh Ideas Which you will all enjoy.  Lets take a look at each person within the team now.

So that is about about the members of Project Paranormal.

Here is Our Intro

Here is One of Our Documentary’s Recently Published


Please Keep Checking Our Fan page for the latest News, Here are some recent posts You are missing out on!!!


Angel Card Readings!



Feel free to copy this shadows 😀

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Project Paranormal Sky TV Show – Info & Trailer

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Project Paranormal – New Ghost Hunting TV Show Coming Soon To A Sky Channel, Free-sat, Free View.
A perfect blend of investigators with many years experience under their belts, we will be sure to not run away with the fairy’s, A TV Show not based on VIEWER Entertainment, But based on Viewer Education, giving you all the real points you need to consider.
Cant wait!!
Lineup Charlene Lowe Kemp The Sensitive – Lee Steer The Skeptic, Ian Ainsley The demonologist, David Barrett The Investigator

Below is a few posts from project Paranormal’s facebook fanpage, please be sure to like, and leave your comments 🙂

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Top 5 Most Haunted Locations In The UK

The Top 5 most haunted places / locations in the UK (united kingdom)
Presented by the much loved spirit seeker Charlene
What creepy scary places made it into her top 5 list???

What is your top 5 most haunted locations?
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Thackray Medical Museum Asylum – Ghost Hunt – 22nd August 2015

Paranormal Magazine Will be Attending The

Thackray Medical Museum
Ghost Hunt             (Asylum)
22nd August 2015 8pm – 2am

£49.95 Buy Ticket

Thackray Afterdark

The Event: Join the Afterdark Paranormal Team in this fantastic location. Will you last the night? Will the spirits that still walk in the location communicate with us? Buy your tickets now and find out. Please see the side panel for what to expect on all our events. This event finished at 2am and has no sleeping policy!
Ghost Stories: A ghost of a woman in 18th century clothing has been witnessed waving to staff Mysterious footsteps, often followed by a smell of urine. Feelings of dread and depression in certain parts of the building. In the recreation of the Victorian street a ghost of a man in a white coat has been witnessed many times. Intelligent poltergeist activity such as knocks and bangs reply to calling out
History: In the late 1840s after an influx of Irish vagrants in the wake of the Great Famine, the old Lady Lane workhouse was unable to cope so the “Poor Law Guardians” of Leeds resolved to build a new workhouse with the latest facilities. The new workhouse comprised a main block, infirmary, chapel, and “idiotic” wards with a large new infirmary added to the site in 1872-4. The original infirmary, to the north of the chapel, had up to 140 beds, including some for the mentally ill. In 1904, the building underwent a “reconstruction” and several new buildings were erected at the site, the updated Workhouse now accommodated 784 paupers who existed under a spartan regime of work in return for food and accommodation, with discipline rigorously applied by the Master, who was responsible to the Guardians. Since 1997 the building has been used to house the impressive Thackray Medical Museum with its highlight being a real life Victorian Street and operating theatre. Its conversion from hospital to museum seems to have stirred a great deal of energy and the building is well known for paranormal activity. 
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The Other Ghost Hunting Company – Drakelow Tunnels – The Next Team To Hit BIG Time?

Its time for that spotlight, But who have we picked today?

Over in USA, a group called “the girly ghost hunters” made it big time, here we think we have found the UK equivalent to this team.

The Other Ghost Hunting Company

A group of girls using all the hi tech equipment and amazing paranormal methods, We at Paranormal magazine will be bringing you some unique interviews with this team..

For now lets learn a little about this team of ghost hunters!


About Us

 A ghost hunting experience like no Other

The Other Ghost Hunting Company are proud to provide exciting, innovative genuine ghost hunt investigations at the UK’s most haunted locations. Designed for seasoned investigators and intrepid newbies alike, our unique events include traditional spirit communication techniques and cutting edge paranormal technology. We offer several different types of experiences, including overnight ghost hunts and our trademark “After Dark Arcanum” ghost adventure nights.

Established by two of the UK’s most respected and accomplished ghost hunt professionals, we each have over 14 years experience and have run more than one thousand public and private ghost hunt events combined. Dedicated to sharing our passion, skills and knowledge, we invite you to join us and attempt to communicate with ‘The Others’ using dynamic and original experiments to encourage paranormal activity.

The Other Ghost Hunting Company ethic is to take ghost hunting to the next level, putting new twists on existing methods and above all, make your experience an exclusive one you will thoroughly enjoy.

Whether you are a skeptic or a believer, psychic or scientist, our events are created for you to explore and discover the truth behind the UK’s most prolific hauntings.

Cassandra Deacon – Medium

Cassandra DeaconBorn with the gift of mediumship, Cassandra is able to communicate with spirit beings, describing them in incredible detail and conveying their messages with care and respect. She has dedicated her life to helping those affected by spirit energies and indeed the spirits themselves. By the age of 8 she had learned not only to communicate with those on the other side, but importantly, how to protect herself spiritually, physically and emotionally while doing so. She has taught thousands of people these techniques and through her own psychic development and awareness courses, has guided many on their own path of Spiritual Unfoldment. Cassandra has 30 years of practical experience with spirit communication and decades of using her knowledge in Qabalah, Tarot, energy work, Astrology, Angels and Demons, ritual Magick, Past Life Regression and Reiki. She has worked on hundreds of paranormal investigations, public and private, and has cleared many buildings of negative energies upon request. Armed with a wealth of knowledge, experience and genuine spiritual strength, you can trust Cassandra to guide you through the darkness. One of Britains’ best loved ghost hunting Mediums, Cassandra is honest and professional, with an exciting and innovative approach to exploring the paranormal.

Kathryn Warburton – Event Manager

10665966_10204463390766231_3904694100991061132_nKathryn has hosted hundreds of ghost hunting events around the uk, also appearing on many ghost hunts that have been streamed online.

Kathryn has always had an interest in the paranormal and started her spiritual journey when she was very young with many personal experiences as a child.
During her time investigating the paranormal Kathryn has witnessed many unexplained events, but ensures that any rational explanations are ruled out before coming to a decision on what is paranormal and what is not.


Now lets take a look at the venue they are investigating!

if you watch most haunted last week you would be very interested to know that this is the very venue where this team is investigating on this Friday, and next month.


Terror at the Tunnels

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Ghost hunting at Drakelow Tunnels in Kidderminster, (formerly known as Drakelow Underground Dispersal Factory) come and spend the night tentatively walking through these tunnels with only a torch for guidance.

These tunnels are pitch black and sit empty and desolate! Not for the faint hearted! The Tunnels were excavated during World War II. they were built for use as a shadow factory for Rover, who at the time were supporting Britain’s war effort with engines for the RAF. as a former underground military complex, it consists of numerous tunnels that stretch for 3.5 miles!

In 1958 the tunnels were developed by the government for use as a Regional Seat of Government in the event of the Cold War as a nuclear bunker, the tunnels were used as a ministry of supply, mainly for storage, contains areas once used as dormitories, storage areas, workshops, office spaces and a canteen.

One night, during the current caretakers rounds on the Nuclear side, his two dogs were found barking at the corner of one room. Upon investigation, the caretaker found no explanation as to why they were so distressed.

Manifestations have been caught on camera, as well as orbs, and mists, On a few occasions wartime music has also been heard playing over the tannoy system, even though the site has been without electricity for years. With at least six people thought to have died in the tunnels during there construction, and weekly reports of event guests capturing evps and seeing dramatic ghostly shadows, being touched, breathed on and pushed during event walk rounds of the location. This incredible site is a must to explore!

There is no power in these tunnels. So please bring warm clothing, blankets and flasks of hot drinks with you. * Anyone who suffers with Asthma please bring your medication due to the dust in the tunnels.

Your ghost hunt at Drakelow Tunnels includes the following:

  • Medium Walk Around
  • History Tour
  • Overnight Ghost Hunt with the Paranormal Team
  • Vigils and Seances in small groups, including Medium Vigil
  • Experiments, using up to date ghost hunting equipment,

We are one of the only companies in the UK who have the amazing P-SB11.  Ouija Board, Glass Divination


Event runs 21.00 till  04.00

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Paranormal magazine issue 4 out now!!!

Paranormal Magazine #4: The Ghost Hunting Magazine

Enjoy and sorry for the delay. Me and Wayne have had personal problems which delayed the release.

Thank you for been patient and hope to see you on issue 5.

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Oddity Files – Black Moon Manor E01 – Promo

This is the teaser for Darkrider Studios upcoming series ODDITY FILES.

A paranormal TV show that will follow investigators with various levels of experience, through a Journey of seeking out the Odd and the Paranormal.

We went in, planning to just investigate Black Moon Manor, before even filming an episode of Oddity Files, but Black Moon Manor is soooooo active, we got enough footage to film our pilot episode.

Paranormal goodness

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“Watch” The Angry Ghost – St Johns Museum – UK Ghost Hunts S01 E03


Episode 3, Season One, The Uk Ghost Hunts Team head to the creepy St Johns Museum, which was once an old hospital and school, the team go In search of paranormal activity.
Follow the story of real paranormal investigators, Just what will they encounter tonight?

The Angry Ghost??

Come to our next filming


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Sheffield Ghost Hunt – Endcliffe Hall – 26th July Saturday.

Endcliffe Hall Ghost Hunt

Sheffield – Endcliffe Hall 2014

Date: 26th July 2014


Endcliffe Hall

81 Endcliffe Vale Rd


S10 3EU


Day: Saturday

Price: £30

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Deposit: £15 – £15 To be paid on the night of event

Never Investigated By Any Other Paranormal Team And Is Exclusive Only To The Uk Ghost Hunts Team.

Many Unexplained Figures And Noises Have Been Said To Roam The Hall Over The Years As Uk Ghost Hunts And Guests Will Now Investigate This Great Location

The Endcliffe estate can be traced back to 1333 when John de Elcliffe was awarded a financial grant, at that time the estate extended considerably and took in land between the Porter and Sheaf valleys. It is believed that the first Endcliffe Hall was built in the reign of George II (1727 – 1760) although Sheffield historian J. Edward Vickers says there may have been an earlier building on the site. The hall was owned from 1818 by the merchant William Hodgson and included 50 acres of land and cost £6,700. The hall later passed to Henry Wilkinson, a Sheffield silversmith before being bought by John Brown in August 1860.

Brown had previously lived at the large seven bedroomed house of Shirle Hill in Cherry Tree Road, Nether Edge and entertained the Prime Minister Lord Palmerston there in 1862. However Brown was looking for a more impressive structure to entertain his visitors and wanted a building that was “…. specially adapted for dispensing hospitalities on a scale worthy of such distinguished visitors”. Brown’s first action on acquiring the building was to pull the old hall down and replace it with the current building which cost £100,000 to build with a further £60,000 spent on the furnishings. Brown was determined to use Sheffield craftsmen during the work on the hall and in addition to the architects Flockton & Abbot he employed local firms such as John Jebson Smith (staircases), Longden & Co. (kitchen stoves), Messrs Craven (ornamental plasterwork), William Gibson (carpentry), Mr Pitt (plumbing and glazing) and John and Joseph Rogers (decorating).

Such was the rarity of such a fine building being erected in Sheffield at that time, that when the hall was finished it was opened to the public for three days attracting huge crowds and much praise with the Sheffield Telegraph calling it, “the public advantage of personal munificence” in its edition of 24 May 1865. After the death of his wife in 1881, Brown gradually withdrew from public life, his health deteriorated and he spent increasing amounts of time in southern England. John Brown left Endcliffe Hall for the last time in 1892 and sold Endcliffe Hall for £26,000 in 1895 (a year before his death) to Barber Brothers and Wortley for building development. The development never took place and various plans were proposed for the future of the hall, which in the interim hosted exhibitions and dances.

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Ordsall Hall Ghost Hunt 2014 – June

Ordsall Hall Ghost Investigation




Date:  14th June 2014

Time:  9pm – 2am


Ordsall Hall
322 Ordsall Lane
Salford, Manchester
M5 3AN

Price: £39



Ordsall Hall is a historic house and a former stately home in Ordsall, an area of Salford, in Greater Manchester, England. It dates back more than 750 years, although the oldest surviving parts of the present hall were built in the 15th century.


Ordsall Hall is a formerly moated Tudor mansion, the oldest parts of which were built during the 15th century, although there has been a house on the site for over 750 years. David de Hulton is recorded as the owner of the original hall, in 1251. The manor of Ordsall came into the Vicky Grantpossession of the Radclyffe family in about 1335, but it was not until 1354 that Sir John Radclyffe established his right of inheritance.

A view of the west side of the west wing, with the Great Hall in the middle

During the 1340s Sir John Radclyffe campaigned with Edward III in France, distinguishing himself at the battles of Caen, Crècy and Calais. As a reward for his service, the king allowed Sir John to take some Flemish weavers back to his Ordsall estate, where he built cottages for them to live in. English weaving skills at that time were poor, and textiles from Manchester were considered to be of particularly poor quality, so the Flemish weavers were employed in instructing the local weavers. They also started up a silk weaving industry, the foundation for Manchester’s later cotton industry.

The Dutch humanist and theologian Erasmus stayed at Ordsall Hall in 1499, and described it thus:

The original cruck hall was replaced by the present Great Hall in 1512, after Sir Alexander Radclyffe was appointed High Sheriff of Lancashire. The hall is typical of others built at that time in the northwest of England, although it is one of the largest, and is unusual for the period in having no wall fireplace. The hall has an elaborate roof structure, as in the similar Rufford Old Hall. There is a slightly later small room above the large oriel bay, which may be an early addition as at Samlesbury Hall.

Other alterations and additions were made during the 17th century, including a modest brick house added onto the west end in 1639, perhaps intended as a home for Sir Alexander’s bailiff, as he himself no longer used the hall as his main residence by that time. The house was built at 90° to the timber-framed building, to which it was later joined. During the Civil War Sir Alexander, as a Royalist, was imprisoned and suffered financial hardship. Reduced means eventually forced his heir, John Radclyffe, into selling the hall to Colonel John Birch in 1662, thus ending more than 300 years of his family’s occupation

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Britains Ghosts: The Walkabout Inn Ghosts Investigation – Sheffield Paranormal

The Walkabout Inn Ghosts Investigation – Sheffield ParanormalIs this place in Sheffield truly haunted ? what do you think?the walkabout in interview. Sheffield

via Britains Ghosts: The Walkabout Inn Ghosts Investigation – Sheffield Paranormal.