Robert the Doll Documentary

This short Robert the Doll documentary examines the haunted doll that resides in Key West. The doll, which is dressed as an early 20th century naval officer, was given to artist Robert Eugene Otto by a displeased Bahamian servant who was skilled in black magic. Robert the Doll became the inspiration for the evil doll Chucky from the movie Child's Play. Related Article: Annabelle: History vs. Hollywood

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 Annabelle Doll Costume Makeup Instructions

British makeup artist Charlie Short provides Annabelle makeup instructions via a video tutorial. Charlie instructs viewers on the proper makeup to use and offers step-by-step instructions on how to apply it so you look like the possessed porcelain doll from the Annabelle movie. If you attempt to follow the Annabelle doll costume makeup instructions, send us your pictures and we'll post them on our Facebook page.

 Annabelle Halloween Costume Prank

To help promote the Annabelle movie, this prank was set up featuring someone wearing an Annabelle doll Halloween costume. It took place at Canada's 20th annual Fan Expo convention in Toronto, Ontario, which sees more than 80,000 visitors. New Line Cinema's Annabelle movie was showcased within Rue Morgue Magazine's 'Festival of Fear' via a clever prank. Fans pose next to what they think is merely a fake representation of the possessed Annabelle doll. They quickly realize that the doll they are posing next to isn't fake at all. It wouldn't be all that difficult to recreate the prank with an Annabelle Halloween costume, a rocking chair, and a large box or a wooden frame to construct the doll's case. It would be a great way to scare unsuspecting trick-or-treaters.

 Annabelle Doll Documentary

The host of this segment visits the Warren's Occult Museum to see the real Annabelle doll. The documentary-style segment from CT Style features the host explaining the doll's backstory. The paranormal activity surrounding the doll is touched upon, including it switching positions. Accidents related to the doll are also discussed.

 Ed and Lorraine Warren Occult Museum Tour Featuring Annabelle

In this episode of a program titled Seekers of the Supernatural, paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren describe some of the items in their Occult Museum, including the Raggedy Ann Doll that inspired the doll in the Annabelle movie. "That's probably the worst thing we have in this whole museum," says Ed Warren.

 Annabelle Movie Trailer

Here is the official Annabelle movie trailer for the horror movie spin-off about the doll featured in The Conjuring. The actual doll exists locked up in an occult museum in Connecticut—supposedly visited twice a month by a priest who blesses her. The movie's plot involves a husband, John Form, who has found the perfect gift for his pregnant wife, Mia—an exquisite, rare vintage doll in a breathtaking white wedding dress. But Mia's delight with her new doll Annabelle doesn't last long, as an unspeakable evil possesses the doll following a violent home invasion by members of a satanic cult.

 Annabelle Movie Teaser Trailer

This Conjuring spin-off finds a husband (Ward Horton) giving a doll to his pregnant wife, portrayed by Annabelle Wallis (yes, the actress's name is also Annabelle), to help complete her collection. After a home invasion, they discover that Annabelle the Doll has introduced an unspeakable evil into their home. Watch the Annabelle movie teaser trailer for a glimpse at the horror that ensues shortly after the doll arrives. Annabelle was inspired by a real-life Raggedy Ann Doll.

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