Doll Maker Blames 'Chucky' for Creepy Porcelain Doll Stigma

Becca Hisle tells ABC News why dolls, like the ones recently left outside the houses of girls in California, are often considered scary.
1:00 | 07/25/14

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Transcript for Doll Maker Blames 'Chucky' for Creepy Porcelain Doll Stigma
So the previous story of the week well turns out to be nothing but a slightly misguided act of kindness. -- San Clemente California neighborhood was understandably freaked out when somebody anonymously place these porcelain dolls. On eight different doorsteps were still the dolls were said to resemble the children. Who lived in each house investigators -- quickly determined everyone's great relief. And an older neighborhood placed the dolls on the front -- is because her daughters were grown and no longer play with them. So what was so creepy about those -- well ABC news spoke with -- a high -- -- porcelain doll maker in Texas who's been involved in the business for thirty years. She blames holly what in particular the chalky movie series for. -- seen over demonic dolls but even high -- admits that porcelain dolls are eerily lifelike at times. And points to those eyes is being the reason why anyways we all learned a lesson here this week about kindness and dolls. -- a heads up before you drop them on someone's doorstep of assault lot of trouble.

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