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Gnome Creature Photographed in Mexico?
Dolls are creepy, it’s a fact. The way they just stare at you and you swear their eyes follow your every move. Well imagine how horrifying it would be if a doll sprung to life. Now what would you do if I told you that actually happened…kind of. Let’s take a trip to Huajote, Sinaloa, Mexico where a young boy named Jesus Millan claims he took photos with his cellphone of a gnome-like creature that looks like a living doll. The photos show a small creature wearing blue pants, brown shoes and has red hair. The first two pictures show the creature climbing up a tree. The boy says that he saw the creature’s feet moving as it climbed up the tree. The third photo shows the creature running away. The creature’s face was apparently never seen. The boy’s grandmother says that one of her family members claims that they saw the creature months prior to this sighting, but nobody believed her. Then about a day before this sighting, the grandmother says she heard noises coming from kitchen. The creature reportedly came out of the boy’s house and began to climb the tree.
I knew there was something wrong with Raggedy Ann dolls. This confirms my suspicions. They’re all infused with demonic souls and they must all be purged from the face of this planet, and I shall be the one to carry out this mission which must be done. I won’t rest until I’ve completely eradicated every last Raggedy Ann doll from existence by using a lighter and an aerosol can. What’s that, you think I’m over-reacting about all this? Well…maybe I am, we should at least analyze the photos a bit further. So when I look at these photos, I don’t see a living being, I see a literal doll. I believe that this doll was placed up in the tree and made to look like it was climbing it in the first two pictures. And the third photo, i believe it was somehow propped up and made to look like it was running away. I don’t believe that this kid was somehow able to take photos of this creature with his cellphone. If this thing were real, I think the kid would be too scared to pull out his phone and take pictures. That’s just my opinion, but what do you think? Did this kid take pictures of a real gnome creature, or were they faked?
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