Williams' daughter and her doll Image: Twitter
A Twitter user, A Mancino-Williams, had no clue that her post would creep quite a few people out on the micro-blogging site and would soon become the talking point among Tweeple. It all began when she wrote a good night message to her friends, posting a pic of her daughter holding a doll that was totally freaky. We kid you not.
A couple of days ago, she tweeted that if she did not get up the next day, the doll should be blamed.
"My 7yo had £3 pocket money and decided that, more than anything in the world, she wanted to buy this secondhand doll. This sick, green doll. This nightmare doll, which is now affectionately named "Baby Ben." If I am dead by morning, you know why," she tweeted.
My 7yo had £3 pocket money and decided that, more than anything in the world, she wanted to buy this secondhand doll. This sick, green doll. This nightmare doll, which is now affectionately named "Baby Ben." If I am dead by morning, you know why. pic.twitter.com/GiK1LKF9SU— A Mancino-Williams (@Manda_like_wine) April 24, 2018
And she went off to bed. But looks like the doll took away Tweeple's sleep, who just couldn't keep calm after seeing the green-eyed doll...
Horror movie. It’s like Slappy from Goosebumps but actually terrifying.— Wendy's roast (@Wendysroast1) April 27, 2018
No! Even worse than this gem donated to our children’s charity :) pic.twitter.com/AnZA8UyGvA— Sue Beattie (@SusieBeeTee) April 26, 2018
What is it with kids loving dolls from the stuff nightmares are made of? Haven't we learned anything from Annabelle, Child's Play, Dead Silence, or Puppet Master? Heck, I'll even throw in @RL_Stine's Slappy.— Dantastic Hennessy (@ADudeCalledDan) April 26, 2018
Despite Williams' ominous message and Tweeple's references from popular doll-based horror films, she did wake up hale and hearty the next morning with her post being featured on Twitter moments — the best of what’s happening on Twitter in an instant.
Haha! https://t.co/yJQf50YRa0— A Mancino-Williams (@Manda_like_wine) April 26, 2018