There has been a disturbing story unraveling in Texas, and the protagonist are a family and an Elsa Doll that cannot “Let it Go”.
The Madonia’s gave their little girl an Elsa doll back in 2013, this where the story starts, the doll would “come alive” without anyone pushing the button, she would sing Let it Go in Spanish at random times. Emily Madonia wrote on her Facebook page:
“To recap for those of you who have not been following our Elsa doll saga, Mat threw it away weeks ago and then we found it inside a wooden bench,” Madonia wrote last week. “Okay….so we were weirded out and tightly wrapped it in its own garbage bag and put that garbage bag INSIDE another garbage bag filled with other garbage and put it in the bottom of our garbage can underneath a bunch of other bags of garbage and wheeled it to the curb and it was collected on garbage day. Great, right?
“We went out of town, forgot about it. Today Aurélia says ‘Mom, I saw the Elsa doll again in the backyard.’ HELP US GET RID OF THIS HAUNTED DOLL.”
The family thought at first it was some sort of prank, the doll was the original one since it had the same marker markings made by the owner, after disposing they made sure it had gone away in the garbage truck, but lo and behold, it didn’t. Instead of burning it, they thought of another solution:
They mailed the doll to an online running friend, without a return address, Madonia said that the doll laughed for 30 seconds while she was packaging it. When the running friend received it he taped the doll to the brush guard of his truck.
“If anything weird happens I’m welding her into a steel pipe and sinking it in Lake of the Woods,” Hogan wrote on his Facebook page.
Madonia reiterated in her Facebook post on Tuesday that she doesn’t believe the creepy Elsa doll is a hoax.