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Monday, October 11, 2010

MAUSOLEUM Monday


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Here We Go Another Monday  >.<  This blog Should be Fun ok ok it's a little off for a Monday
But going to Keep With a Halloween Theme


 Not To Bad This Week  in Calif.
Today
Oct 11
Mostly Sunny
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Tue
Oct 12
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Wed
Oct 13
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Thu
Oct 14
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Fri
Oct 15
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Sat
Oct 16
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Sun
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We Start Our Day With a Happy Birthday tooo.......

Happy 200th, Snow White!

In 1810, the Grimm Brothers first wrote down the story of Snow White, as told to them by some anonymous German folks. I’ve read this story countless times since discovering it in my adolescence. Even so, it’s the Disney version, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, that is the definitive Snow White story for me, though I hadn’t seen it since I was a child. The look of Snow White — her blue-and-red capped sleeves, her cherry-colored Clara Bow lips — and the seven dwarfs with their funny names, are all from Disney’s telling. This Snow White is so palpable for me, and for most Americans, that one might believe Snow White an American invention.

    How is it that fairy tales can be so far removed in content from our daily experience, and yet have so much power over it? We sing fairy tale songs and our sleep is dappled with fairy tale leitmotifs. We tell fairy tales to our children. Why? To improve them? To delight them? To terrorize them? To learn the consequences of good and evil? As those who have read them can confirm, the stories recorded by the Brothers Grimm (Snow White included) are horrifying and grisly. They are not at all what we mean today by “child-friendly.” Do you remember how, in the original Cinderella, the stepsisters tried to force the glass slipper to fit them by slicing off parts of their feet?

    Experts will tell you that fairy tales — folk tales — were never meant for children at all. In the not-so-long-ago days of yore, the people of the world were illiterate, intransient, and in need of entertainment. It might be that folktales, they say, had no moral or even practical purpose. Fairy tales were outrageous because they were soap opera, full of the melodramatic fantasies of average people: dirty beautiful maids rescued by princes; animals punished for greed; children punished for greed; blood; revenge; true love. If your child happened to be listening to this pulp and became terrified into obedience, well that was merely a bonus.

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 Although i prefer the sexy snow white :)
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Haunted Dolls
This is What Looking For info
For A Cool Blog 
Is All About :)

Song   Creepy Doll - Jonathan Coulton

Annabell The Haunted Doll

Annabelle was the focus of a case that famed paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren took part in during the early 1970's and is highlighted in the book The

Demonologist. It has been stated that this is one of the most unusual cases of a possessed object on record.

This is the true and terrifying story of a Raggedy Ann doll named Annabelle.

In 1970 a mother purchased an antique Raggedy Ann Doll from a hobby store. The doll was a present for her daughter Donna on her birthday. Donna, at the time, was a

student in college, preparing to graduate with her nursing degree and resided in a tiny apartment with her room mate Anngie (a nurse as well). Pleased with the doll

Donna placed it on her bed as a decoration and didn't give it a second thought until a few days later. With in that time both Donna and Angie noticed that there

appeared to be something very strange and creepy about the doll. The doll appearantly moved on its own, realtively unoticible movements at first, like a change in

position, but as time passed the movement became more noticible. Donna and Angie would come home to find the doll in a completely different room from which they had

left it . Sometimes the doll would be found crossed legged on the couch with its arms folded , other times it was found upright, standing on its feet, leaning against

a chair in the dining room. Several times Donna, placing the doll on the couch before leaving for work, would return home to find the doll back in her room on the bed

with the door closed.

The Message

Apparently the doll not only moved but could write too. About a month into their experiences Donna and Angie began to find penciled messages on parchment paper that

read "Help Us" and "Help Lou". The hand writting looked to belong to that of a small child. The creepy part about the messages was not the wording but the way they

were written. At the time Donna had never kept parchment paper, on which the notes were written, in the house, so where did it come from?


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This is the actual doll held by it's first owner

Haunted Doll: True
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True
This haunted doll's spirit, a young 17 year old girl, has suffered a horrible lifetime of torture which ended in murder. Her eyes turn from brown to a bright orange, very strange yet beautiful unique attribute. She will move her host (doll) from one room to another. She will move from one position to another.

Emma. 
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 Emma is the spirit of a cute little 3 year old girl who’s temperament got her into trouble.

Whatever Emma wanted she would get by acting out and if Emma was told not to do something she did it anyway. Her story goes like this: Emma’s father walked out on the

family when she was only 2 years old. This had a huge impacted on the little girl because she adored her father and couldn’t understand why he left. Emma would sit in

a baby chair outside of her home waiting for her father every day but he never came back. In actuality he had left his wife and child for another woman and never

returned to even visit Emma. Emma was always unhappy and crying for her father daily. I guess it didn’t help that her babysitter also told her, her father would come

back for her and that he would be driving a purple car…Emma’s favorite color.

She also told the little girl all she had to do was be good, stop crying all the time and listen to the adults and her father would come back for her. Well little Emma

believed this story and when she felt that she had been good for a few days she just knew her father would show up that very morning. Emma got dressed and when outside

to wait. She had only been outside for a short time when the phone rang and her babysitter had to go answer it, leaving Emma alone.

The babysitter told Emma not to leave the yard and to stay away from the road. When the babysitter came back outside Emma’s lifeless body lay in the middle of the

street. Emma had spotted a purple car at the stop light with a man driving it and thought it was her father. The child ran out into the street and was struck and

killed by another car. Emma’s spirit is a restless spirit who’s still waiting and watching for her father.

You will hear her walking around and at times see a small dark shadow out of the corner of your eye. She’s also been heard crying and she loves moving things to get your attention.




Joliet The Haunted Cursed Doll
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Joliet"The Real Haunted Doll" might just be haunted and cursed! The story of Joliet seem to reach back over 4 generations. Anna G. Says this cursed doll was passed

down from mother to daughter in her family .

And each daughter was cursed to have two children a son and a daughter and each son died at 3 days old. The family believes that each spirit of the boy children is

cursed to inhabit the doll until Judgment Day.

Joliet is said to be heard crying in the night with the voices of several infants at once. Often is heard a piercing scream that sends chills down the spine of any

mother," it can be heard quite clearly ", says Anna. "I lost my only son at three days old from mysterious circumstance in the hospital. "

My Mother lost a Son the same way as did my Grandmother and Great Grandmother." " As I have been told by my mother the cursed Doll was given to my Great Grand mother

by a jealous friend for my Grandmother as a toy when she was pregnant with her second child a son who also died at three days old."

"We have not tried to get rid of it because we know the souls of our lost sons or trapped inside and do not want them to come to any harm." : It is a haunted curse

that my family bares." " I have consulted Mediums, Psychics, Paranormal investigators and the clergy."


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This one Creeped me out when i seen it years ago on T.V.

Robert the Haunted Doll
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Robert the Haunted Doll. He sits under lock and key in a glass case located in the basement of a museum in Key West, Florida. At first glance Robert may seem like a harmless children’s doll. But looks can be deceiving, because Robert is the most haunted doll in the world.

In 1897, a family named Otto lived in a nearby house in Key West. They owned a plantation and had a lot of servants working for them who they treated very badly. One servant girl gave their son, Gene, a present of a doll. What the Ottos didn’t realise was that this servant girl knew voodoo

Gene’s full name was Robert Eugene Otto. His parents had always called him “Gene”, so he decided to give the doll his real name, “Robert”.

Many Strange things began to occur in the Otto household. Many neighbors claimed to see Robert move about from window to window, when the family were out. Gene began to blame Robert for mishaps that would occur. The Otto’s claimed to hear the doll giggle, and swear they caught glimpses of the doll running about the house.

Gene began to have nightmares and scream out in the night, when his parents would enter the room, they would find furniture over turned, their child in a fright, and Robert at the foot of the bed, with his glaring gaze! “Robert Did It”…. The doll was eventually put up into the attic. Where he resided for many years.

But Robert had other plans. Visitors that entered the house could hear something walking back and forth in the attic, and strange giggling sounds. Guests no longer wanted to visit the Otto home.

Gene Otto died in 1972.The home was sold to a new family, and the tale of Robert had died down…

But Robert waited patiently up in the attic to be discovered, once again. The 10 year old daughter of the new owners. Was quick to find Robert in the attic. It was not long before Robert unleashed his displeasure on the child… The little girl claiming that the doll tortured her, and made her life a hell.. Even after more than thirty years later, she steadfastly claims that ” the doll was alive and wanted to kill her.”

Robert, still dressed in his white sailor’s suit and clutching his stuffed lion, lives quite comfortably, though well guarded, at the Key West Martello Museum. Employs at the museum continue to give accounts of Robert being up to his old tricks still today…

( Note The Head Turned in the Above Photo)
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Captured Pictures From a Cam
This Is Awesome 


This Young boy was spotted in the attic of the 'Dollhouse'. He was caught crouched down in the corner hiding, notice the old fashioned cap he's wearing?

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This little boy full bodied apparition looks scared standing there...notice you can't see his face or feet?
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Haunted Doll Amy Lynn
In Miami
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The owners tried to work with her in the beginning, "blending energies," when this supposedly happened:"I was walking by the doll one day when I distinctly saw a white shadow on the wall beside it. The shadow was in the shape of a person, and I heard the words "Niami" said from a lovely voice, that seemed to whisper in my ear."

But it gets even better:
"A couple days later the whole family was in the living room, when suddenly my youngest daughter pointed to the edge of the room. We all looked in stunned amazement, as the doll was levitating at least 5 feet into the air."

oh but wait it gets even betterer:
"The next day I found the doll unexplainably sitting on the end of my bed, this was very odd, because I had been alone in the house all morning, and the doll had not been there just moments before. I picked the doll up, and it suddenly lifted from my arms and floated across the room. Then I realized, I was not alone... A beautiful woman in her 20's wearing a dark purple cloak stood across from me. The doll floated into her waiting arms, and she said the word Niami again. I asked her if this was her name, and she nodded."

BUT IT GETS EVEN BETTERER THAN THAT:
 
"Suddenly the woman turned into a white mist and the mist floated right through my body, and in that instant I felt all powerful! It was like all her knowledge and wisdom had been put inside of me, and it didn't leave. I knew everyone of her Spells, rituals, conjurations, and I knew that she was also far more powerful than any Witch I had ever met."

Haunted Doll From The Tennessee Hollows

You don't need to seek out a haunted house to find possible poltergeist activity. This "Haunted Doll From The Tennessee Hollows" has quite a history to it, having allegedly been owned by an elderly Wiccan medium who died in a retirement home fire. One creepy detail the seller has added: "Since I have owned the doll I have had to tape over her eyes to keep her from staring at me." Say's the Owner"
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 NOW WAS THAT FUN OR WHAT  :) Now I will Have Nightmares lol :)




IT's That Time AGAIN :) Time FOr THE Daily Movie Pic And Quote


This Movie was not seen by me
I listened to it online Listen to Movie
The Quotes Cracked Me Up 
so I thought i would share 


Murder by Death (1976)

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The Movie is Like "Clue" But Not as Funny lol



Lame Movie But ..... Sidney Wang Is Funny As Hell With his Sayings

Sidney Wang: Big house like man married to fat woman: hard to get around.

Willie Wang: Here's the bridge, Pop. Doesn't look safe to me.
Sidney Wang: One way to find out. Drive across.
[gets out of car]
Willie Wang: Aren't you gonna come with me?
Sidney Wang: Weight of two men may be too much for bridge.
Willie Wang: Then why do I get to drive the car?
Sidney Wang: 'Cause I smart enough to get out first.

Willie Wang: [driving across rickety bridge] I don't think I'm gonna make it, Pop. It's gonna collapse.
Sidney Wang: Don't worry. Father find other way to house.


@scotty yelling  ROFL Hey Nikk This pic looks like Nathan :)

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OMG  Think i will Do A New Featuer of the WEEK " Dildo of THE WEEK "

First For The Ladys :)  a poem to Start Out Your Day

Why do I need a man?

by Rayarra Jones

Why do I need a man?
To help me open doors?
Excuse me if I'm wrong,
but what are my hands for?
Why do I need a man?
To help me do hard work?
I am just as capable
even though I wear a skirt
Why do I need a man?
To pick me up when I'm down?
I had to stand on my own two feet
when no one else was around
Why do I need a man?
So I can have a family someday?
I don't want to look fat and ugly
No I'd rather adopt and be gay
Why do I need a man?
To get some time between the sheets?
A dildo can do the same thing
and batteries are cheap
why do I need a man?
To tell me what to wear?
I'll wear my torn up jeans and shirts
and I don't even care
Why do I need a man?
To share the holidays with?
Well I know exactly what I like,
so I can buy the perfect gift
Why do I need a man?
So my life can be shared?
The single life is less stressful
and less strands of gray hair
Why do I need a man?
So he can eat up all my food?
I'd rather buy a dog instead
and just lock up all my shoes
Why do I need a man?
To share my feelings with?
Tape recorders never interrupt
and get all angry and pissed
Why do I need a man?
So he can point out all my faults?
If I wanted to be told what to do
I would have joined a colt
Why do I need a man?
Being single thats whats up
I can dis all the men I want
and I don't give a fuk



Why You ask MORENO 10 are you doing this ?
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This Is Why LOL yes searching the net for Halloween things CAN be Interesting. Without Firther adue I Present

THE ZOMBIE DILDO  :)
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Oh hell to the no! Listen guys: if you ever end up going home with a girl (unlikely, I know) and happen to see this thing poking its undead head out of her nightstand

I want you to dive, DO NOT CRAWL, out the nearest window. Trust me: broken bones are nothing compared to what she was gonna do to you.  Hit the jump if you've ever considered blindness as a lifestyle choice.   

* Winks How Cool Would That Be UNLESS She
Has A guy in THE Closet That Looks LIKE This CHumb
Can just here him Yelling " Hey Bitch give Me Back My
DICK  :)
                                      ROFL
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Have A Great MonDay DON"T WORK TO HARD and PLEASE REFRAN From The Dude Above....

MORENO 10
AKA

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