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tyler wrote on May 28th, 2010

Every time I have ventured into a decaying, forboding house (usually in the middle of the night) I get the sense that I am treding into a shell or essence of death – not that it is my death approaching, but that I am in the company of it.

I hope someday you make a book for me to purchase for my coffee table. your work is quite rich bekka :)

A lovely set of photos and thanks for the discussion with each one as it made each and every one even more special!

I enjoy reading your stories. Some of those locations are really spooky.
I find dolls quite creepy, especially the ones with porcelain faces. I clicked through to see the other close-ups from the Helga link. Oh my God! The one of your mum’s old doll is scary! And… yikes! The one with the crochet dress! That’s just evil. I’m sure it looks amazing as a large print, but I think someone would have to be completely insane to want a copy on their wall.
I’m going to have daymares now…

Siggi wrote on June 3rd, 2010

I had my own macabre experience living with a doll, one that already had quite a bit of history long before he became my mother’s cherished childhood toy, and more years ago then I’m comfortable admitting. The doll was remade, into the male effigy of a wealthy woman’s tragically deceased young adult son, from an originally female, porcelain and leather, doll. His wardrobe was purportedly made from cloth cut from articles of clothing once worn in life. He had pierced ears and some human’s hair! At one point in my life — perhaps four years in duration — I literally slept with my eyes wide open, flat on my back, for having had to “share” my lonely room with this monster; enduring its unsettlingly close proximity to my bed as it lay in repose, like a corpse, in the bottom drawer of an antique dresser — not unlike a vault of a mausoleum. The clawing odor of antique linens and camphor “mothballs” did nothing to mitigate my discomfort. Nor did my mostly black and white dreams, which where infrequently punctuated by the colorful memory of a much happier early childhood.(Or was it?) Decades later this would become the germ from which sprang one of my most unnerving short stories, and my ultimate fiddling to the danse macabre. Epilogue: On a shelf, in my home-office closet, are my father’s ashes, shrouded by a piece of cloth cut from one of his WWII uniforms. His remains are flanked on one side by a valuable alabaster art nouveau desk lamp — the one I learned to read by, in “that” dark bedroom several lifetimes ago — and on the other by a collector’s re-issue “G.I. Joe™” figure. (Okay, then — “doll”.) I wonder if there’s any deeper meaning to this “arrangement”? Time to fire-up the Nikon?!(BTW Arty, my studio is called “Duskmare™”. Pleasant dreams!)

I wish I had known!! My Dad’s family is from Mountcharles and I often visit. I would have gone to support if I had known!!

anonomous wrote on December 15th, 2010

Why are dollies always in horror/scary movies/picks?
Why do dolls look so scary for,there meant to be for kids aren’t they?
:{ confused!

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