Meet Annie – a real-life Chucky doll which it’s claimed weeps “acid tears” and tries to set itself on fire.
The terrifying toy was bought by a ghost hunter going by the name Matt Paranormal who was fascinated by her background.
She was found in a house fire in which the owners had died.
Matt, 33, said: “After reading about her history with the house fire, I knew I wanted to buy her.”
Since buying Annie two years ago, Matt has experienced a host of strange incidents including the doll trying to set herself on fire.
He claims her previous owners appeared next to her in images and he witnessed the doll crying acid tears.
Matt spotted Annie at an auction in the US.
He said: “She cost me £100. After I had her imported to the UK, I had paranormal equipment installed into her as I thought her previous owners’ spirits would be attached to her.
“It wasn’t until last year that Annie actually started to cry.
“I believe that when she cries it is her ‘attachments’ way of showing emotions.
“Annie’s tears are acidic which is demonic. As her previous owners haven’t accepted that they are dead, it means they are classed as demons.”
Matt revealed: “Annie is now kept in a glass box and is under 24-hour surveillance because she keeps trying to set herself on fire.
“Every now and then her clothes get a little bit more singed and charred, and her face is much darker now.
“Annie loves fire and last year, each of my five team members, all had something to do with fire happen to their house – all on the same day.”
The doll has been compared with horror movie toys Chucky and Annabelle who have terrified cinema goers for decades.
Matt, from Wrexham, north Wales, told us: “Annie is very popular with people who come and visit our HQ.
“Some people love the thrill of knowing there is a real haunted doll in front of them.
“However, some people have walked in the door and walked straight back out again after seeing her. She gives off a really negative vibe.”
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