Here at The Lineup, we’re a mixed group of believers and skeptics, but we all agreed a first-hand experience with one of these haunted objects could change our minds. So we partnered with the paranormal specialists at Destination America and tracked down a doll rumored to be haunted by the restless spirit of a little girl from Waverly Hills Sanatorium.
According to paranormal investigators, Ann was a 13-year-old girl treated for tuberculosis at Waverly Hills Sanatorium in the early 1900s, during a time when the idea of a “rest-cure” was in actuality a certain death sentence. One of Ann’s caretakers was a former aide named Lois, who worked at the institution from 1919 to 1935. She was responsible for the children’s welfare, and unsurprisingly, became very attached to her young patients.
Likewise, the patients relied on Lois … so much so that when they succumbed to their illnesses, their spirits followed the woman home, hoping she could continue caring for them. A friend recommended that Lois obtain vessels to house these unfortunate souls.
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