The Possessed Doll | Ghost Story
Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Lily who loved nothing more than playing with her favorite doll. She received it as a birthday gift from her grandmother, who had found it in an old antique shop. The doll was beautiful, with long golden hair, big blue eyes, and a pretty pink dress. Lily would carry her doll everywhere, and they would play together for hours.
One day, Lily’s mother, Mary, noticed something strange about the doll. It seemed to move on its own, and when Lily wasn’t looking, it would whisper eerie messages in a deep voice. Mary became concerned and asked Lily about it.
“Mommy, my doll talks to me,” Lily said, smiling.
“What does it say?” Mary asked, trying to hide her unease.
“It says it wants to be my friend forever,” Lily replied, hugging the doll.
Mary felt a chill run down her spine. She knew that something was wrong with the doll. She decided to do some research on the history of the doll to see if it had a dark past. Mary went to the library and searched through old newspapers and books. After a while, she found an article about a young girl who had owned the same doll over a hundred years ago. The girl had been possessed by a malevolent spirit and had suffered a tragic fate.
Mary was horrified. She knew that the doll was possessed by the same spirit and that it was now trying to take control of Lily. She had to do something to save her daughter.
Mary decided to seek help from a renowned medium, Mrs. Reed. She explained everything to Mrs. Reed and asked her to perform a séance to contact the spirit possessing the doll.
Mrs. Reed agreed to help and arrived at Mary’s house the following day. She set up a table and lit some candles. Lily and Mary sat at the table with Mrs. Reed and held hands.
“Is there anyone here with us?” Mrs. Reed asked in a solemn voice.
Suddenly, the room became cold, and the candles flickered. The doll on the shelf began to move on its own, and Lily gasped in fear.
Lily, stay calm. “Everything will be okay,” Mary said, holding her daughter’s hand.
Mrs. Reed continued to speak to the spirit, asking it to reveal itself. Suddenly, the doll flew off the shelf and landed on the table in front of them. Its eyes glowed red, and its voice became deeper.
“I am the spirit of the girl who owned this doll over a hundred years ago. I have been trapped in this doll ever since, waiting for a new host. I have chosen Lily to be my new vessel,” the doll said in a menacing voice.
Mary and Mrs. Reed were shocked. They knew they had to act fast before the spirit took control of Lily. They asked the spirit to leave the doll and return to the afterlife.
“I will not leave this vessel.” “It is mine now,” the spirit said, laughing.
Suddenly, Mrs. Reed began to chant in a strange language. The room began to shake, and the doll’s eyes turned white. Mary and Lily felt a sense of relief wash over them as they knew the spirit had left the doll.
The doll fell to the table, lifeless. Mary picked it up and looked at it with a mixture of relief and sadness. She knew that the doll could no longer be a part of Lily’s life.
“Lily, I’m sorry, but we have to get rid of the doll,” Mary said gently.
Lily looked at her mother with tears in her eyes. “But mommy, I love her,” she said, hugging the doll.
Mary sighed. She knew it would be hard for Lily to let go of her favorite toy, but she had to for her own safety.
“I know, sweetheart. But sometimes you have to make hard decisions for your own good. “This is one of those times,” Mary said, taking the doll from Lily’s hands.
Lily nodded and gave her mother a hug. Mary took the doll outside and threw it into the river.
The next morning, Lily looked out the window and saw a bright rainbow in the sky. She knew that the spirit was gone, and the doll was free. She smiled, feeling relieved that she and her mother were safe.
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