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25 Normal Objects with Real Life Paranormal Activity That Cannot Be Explained


1. Bought in an antique shop in 1970, the most scariest and unexplained a woman gave this raggedy doll to her daughter, Donna, who was in nursing school. At first, the doll seemed like any other doll. However, things started to get creepy when Donna and roommate Angie kept coming home to find the doll in different positions and different locations. In a startling turn of events, the doll began leaving them notes saying “HELP US” and as if that’s not bad enough, they also found the doll with blood on it. For obvious reasons, Lou (a guy friend of Donna and Angie) tried to get the girls to get rid of the doll. This however displeased the doll who then tried to strangle Lou via a nightmare/physical encounter. The girls eventually called Ed and Lorraine Warren, the folks who investigated the Amityville house — who decided the doll was actually a conduit to hell and was being used by a demon. After two failed exorcism attempts, the doll was encased in a specially made glass case in the Warrens’ occult museum, where it supposedly still moves.


2. The Black Orlov diamond, also called the Eye of Brahma, was stolen from a Hindu shrine and legend says that the theft caused the item to be cursed. The diamond was passed down to multiple female owners many of whom took their own lives; two of which leapt to their deaths from tall buildings. The diamond was later bought by Charles F. Winson who cut it into three pieces in an attempt to break the curse which was an unexplained paranormal


3. Uluru is a giant, sacred, and majestic rock in the Australian outback that sees thousands of visitors each year. While it is illegal to take rocks out of the country,it is mysterious that some daring tourists do so anyway. However, these daring tourists are said to experience the curse of misfortune and as a result, people regularly mail the rocks back to various Australian agencies with letters of apology which is strangely paranormal.


4. The Maori are an indigenous people in New Zealand who are extreme paranormal carved out masks and statues prior to heading into battle. According Maori beliefs, the masks house the souls of warriors who fell in battle. While the curse of the masks poses no threat to other men, women who are pregnant or currently menstruating are said to be cursed with harm or bad luck if they get near or worse touch one.


5. While kissing the stone is thought to be good luck, removing any part of it has been said to lead to incredibly bad luck, such as loss of employment, financial ruin and even health misfortune.


6. Letta the doll was apparently made 200 years ago by a Romanian gypsy for his son who had drowned. It’s believed that the spirit of the boy transferred to the doll and has remained in the doll until today. Though no evil occurrences have been associated with the doll yet, there is definitely a paranormal aura surrounding it. For example, it supposedly rains every time the doll is taken outside; dogs hate the doll and try to attack it; and people claim to feel inexplicably afraid and sad when they see Letta. But that’s not all; the doll also moves by itself, changing positions while seated and even emits a pulse while being held.


7. Pupa is a creepy doll made in the image of its original owner. Supposedly, the owner loved the doll all the days of her life and would take the doll everywhere. The owner also claimed that doll would speak to her. Nevertheless, after the owner died in 2005, the doll was placed in a glass case; something the doll apparently does not like. Reports say that the doll will periodically tap on the glass as if trying to get out, change body positions, change facial expressions and even move items around her.


8. Mistakenly named the Delhi Purple Sapphire, this stone is actually a large amethyst that was originally stolen from a sacred temple of Indra, the Hindu god of weather and war, by soldier Colonel W. Ferris. Apparently, all of the owners and their close relatives have had horrible luck which displays in deteriorating health and wealth. This could be coincidental, however when every single owner without fail comes under similar misfortunes, you can’t help but wonder if the curse is indeed real.

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