Did you miss Lars Klevberg's take on the creepiest and most infamous doll, Chucky, when he visited the big screens? Don't worry, Nick Rivera, you still have the chance to ride the fad. Here are the best websites to watch Child's Play! Just make sure you're not alone when you do it.
You think demon dolls are not real? Well, think again, and fast, because if you're planning to watch Child's Play, we'll have you know that it's more than just a remake of the classic horror film franchise. Did you know that it's inspired by true events? Yes, the killer doll does exist. And nope, it's nothing like those Chucky dolls you see in stores or movies. It was based on a three-foot voodoo doll named Robert, which is clad in a sailor suit, is stuffed with wood chips, and has beady black eyes.
Legend has it that Robert the doll - also known as 'Gene' - traumatized the Otto family in Florida in 1906. It was given to Robert Eugene Otto by the family maid as a gift. Many believe that the maid suffered abuse at the hands of Robert's parents. In an act of vengeance, the maid placed a curse on the doll. It was not long until Robert and Eugene quickly became the best of buddies. It even came to a point that Robert had a seat at the dinner table. As days passed, Eugene's parents began noticing bizarre occurrences. Sometimes they would hear him talking to himself in his room. On other nights, they would hear pieces of furniture being thrown around in Eugene's room, and he would always blame Robert. Even after decades, Robert continued to wreak havoc on the lives of the people who interacted with it. It even tried to claim the life of a 10-year-old girl, whose family moved in Eugene's house after his death.
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