The Madonia Family from Texas cannot get rid of their haunted 'Elsa doll. It seems to come back to them even when they throw it away.
According to this Texas family, a 'haunted' Elsa doll will just not let them go, reported TODAY. The Madonia family from Houston, Texas, claimed that an Elsa Doll is terrorizing their family. Emily Madonia took to Facebook (now deleted) to narrate the incident and said that she gifted the doll to her daughter back in 2013, but it kept finding its way back home after they threw away the doll twice inside the garbage.
This was the original post about the doll. pic.twitter.com/C0fswH40pO— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 14, 2020
The story began when Emily got an Elsa doll that talks and sings “Let it Go” at the push of a button. Madonia said that on many occasions, the doll would start playing the song on its own, sometimes in English, sometimes in Spanish, even when it was turned off. The doll was eventually thrown away by Emily's husband, but it found its way back on a wooden bench a few weeks later.
Evidently, the family was pretty freaked out and this time, they took extra measures to dispose of the toy for a second time.
I'm now the proud owner of a haunted doll.https://t.co/taeDqAH414— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 14, 2020
She posted another update, saying, "To recap for those of you who have not been following our Elsa doll saga, Mat threw it away weeks ago and then we found it inside a wooden bench. Okay....so we were weirded out and tightly wrapped it in its own garbage bag and put that garbage bag INSIDE another garbage bag filled with other garbage and put it in the bottom of our garbage can underneath a bunch of other bags of garbage and wheeled it to the curb and it was collected on garbage day. Great, right?"
Firmly affixed to the brush guard on my Jeep with about a quarter mile of Gorilla tape. pic.twitter.com/IRe8eMMnQM— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 14, 2020
She continued, "We went out of town, forgot about it. Today Aurélia says 'Mom, I saw the Elsa doll again in the backyard.' HELP US GET RID OF THIS HAUNTED DOLL." In another interview with Houston’s KPRC News( Click2Houston), Emily said that Aurélia later found the Elsa doll again, and this time it was in their backyard. It was confirmed by Emily that it was the same Elsa doll since they identified it by the ink when Aurélia had been coloring with markers.
When it showed up I pranked my friend. Posted this photo with the caption "isn't there supposed to be a doll in this box?" pic.twitter.com/OGdWdCNraE— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 14, 2020
She said, "Most logical thinkers believe it’s a prank. But I don’t understand how or when it was done, especially because the garbage truck had taken it away.” The family even tried to send the doll away to a friend in Minnesota through the mail and didn't write any return address so it couldn’t be sent back. The family said that the doll laughed for 30 seconds while they were packing it inside a box. It is in Minnesota for now and it is taped to the grille of his jeep, but the family is still shaken from the experience.
Before I take this joke any further I should add that I'm a skeptic that doesn't believe in ghosts or magic. I just offered to take the doll because it makes the story funny that she mailed the doll 1,500 miles to get rid of it.— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 15, 2020
Emily made another post, that read, "Either the doll is haunted or some crazy psychopath dug the doll out of the garbage… and [has] broken into my house/property multiple times. am going to go with the haunted thing.”
This gentleman contacted my friend. I don't watch T.V. so I'm not familiar with his show, but I generally don't care for this type of show because they encourage magical thinking and pseudoscience. I'm working on a science degree because I want to promote critical thinking. pic.twitter.com/sX1TSz9bEG— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 15, 2020
What do you think he's willing to pay for it? pic.twitter.com/4oAz3VGWO1— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 15, 2020
Update: she's still here, and helping me check the oil on my Jeep. I think her arms are in a different position... pic.twitter.com/GppPaGZesQ— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 16, 2020
OMG some dude just offered me $1,500 for this doll.— Chris Hogan (@Hogan698) January 16, 2020
In a more recent update, Emily took to Facebook and shared a few posts.