posted on Feb, 1 2013 @ 04:27 PM
This is an interesting thread. The dolls indeed have something very compelling about them.
I've read through all of the posts but seem to have missed a crucial bit of information. How did the one doll come to be named or known as
Is there any indication these dolls were associated with any tragedies before the infamous fire? Perhaps it was the tragedy that caused lost spirits
to associate themselves with the dolls. Being so striking and anthropomorphic, they possibly drew stuck spirits to them.
I had difficulties as a child with a matched set of ballerina paintings. I do not know their origin, but they were probably passed to us from my
grandma after she and grandpa moved to the country. One of the pictures was neutral, inactive and I kept it with me for many uneventful years. The
mirror image painting was the active and aggressive one. At night the ballerina in the painting would project off the painting and get within a few
inches of my face, causing me to issue some bloodcurdling screams that brought my parents running. I was too young to articulate what was happening
at first. When I got old enough to describe what was going on, my dad moved the "evil twin" painting to the basement, I think. He did eventually
get rid of it. I am still wary of buying items meant to be part of a pair.
I've also had a bad experience I've talked about many times before about one of a pair of twin beds used by my dad and uncle, and then myself when I
was growing up. I brought this bed to my current home and even though I've gotten rid of it, the residual atmosphere around here is still not great.
While the bed was here, it was horrible with my own master bedroom bed lifting up and dropping, odd sounds, sights, sensations, and my cats did
attack that twin bed constantly while it was here. I do believe it is possible some objects and places have very overpowering energies attached to
them, and in my experience it seems there is something about paired objects that really seems to draw energy, like a yin and yang relationship,
Claire sounds like a handful. How on earth do you keep a doll from getting bored? I'm a very boring person. I'm glad I don't own Claire and have
to keep her entertained.