Ghostly Doll’s Island

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The Island of the Dolls, "La Isla de la Munecas" in Mexico is a renowned tourist destination with thousands of mutilated ugly dolls hanging from every tree.

 

Don Julian Santana, renouncing the world and his family to inhabit this island, dedicated his life to create the island of the Dolls which is believed to please the spirit of his drowned little girl. He is thought to scare off inquisitive onlookers by scary dolls. He was discovered drowned in 2001. His death did not take his eerie disturbed vision away.

 

Tourists will be attracted by a ghostly sight of dead childish faces of dolls which always graze at them as if they had to be in charged of dolls' death.

 

Don Julian Santana, a hermit renounced the world to inhabit this island

Don Julian Santana, a hermit renounced the world to inhabit this island

 

Strange world of mutilated dolls

Strange world of mutilated dolls

 

Thousands of mutilated ugly dolls hanging from every tree

Thousands of mutilated ugly dolls hanging from every tree

 

A mutilated doll

A mutilated doll

 

Lifeless dolls were hung in the worst forms of human torture and punishment

Lifeless dolls were mutilated and hung in the worst forms of human torture and punishment

 

Old dolls were scavenged from the garbage dump or bought in exchange for Don Julian’s homegrown fruits and vegetables

Old dolls were scavenged from the garbage dump or bought in exchange for Don Julian's homegrown fruits and vegetables

 

Don Julian made the “La Isla de la Munecas” to please his drowned little girl’s spirit.

Don Julian made the "La Isla de la Munecas" to please his drowned little girl's spirit.

 

Eerie eyes of mutilated dolls haunt your every move

Eerie eyes of mutilated dolls haunt your every move

 

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This article was published on 2010/01/21