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Stone Dead by Ellen Jamison
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Stone Dead

by Ellen Jamison

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1990s (1) evil doll (1) fiction (1) horror (3) rti (1) to-read (1)

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When a women named Hally walks into an antique dealer and buys the doll the dealer wants to get rid of, all hell breaks loose. The doll is strange enough to begin with: it is chained to a board as if it were into weird sexual stuff, not to mention the antique dealer doesn't like the way the doll looks at her. When Hally looks closer, she notices a weird inscription nailed to the dolls' board. Everything seems fine, when Hally takes the doll home until she starts having dreams about doing bad things to her friends. Except they aren't just dreams they really have happened she learns later that day when she watches the news. Something bad happens in her own life, and she is just sure that the doll is connected to it. Although, her fiance thinks that she is crazy and locks the doll up in the cabinet. Soon she learns from an friend what kind of doll it is, and the friend warns her that she must kill it to get rid of it.
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The newest owner of Hugger Doll, an antique doll with a painted expression, Hally Varney soon discovers why the previous owner was so eager to part with the doll. Original.

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