A homeowner who discovered a doll's face in the wall of her basement has been advised to 'move out immediately'.
The woman's story was posted on Twitter by her sister, who shared some photos of the creepy decorative doll for proof.
Alongside the pictures, she wrote: "My sister moved into a new house and found this in the wall of her basement."
The tweet clearly resonated with the people of the internet, racking up more than half a million likes as people tried to get their heads around the whole thing.
One person replied: "Nah. It ain't her house no more. Move. Why didn't she check the basement before?!"
Another zoomed in on the doll's missing eye:
Another person wrote: "OK, first of all, I understand that we're all going to go to the 'holy crap that's creepy' place. I'm actually thinking that it was somebody with a sense of humor and it's funny. I would put a frame around it and keep it on the wall just like that.'
Meanwhile, a fourth person offered up an explanation of sorts - but in this case I'd recommend taking it with a pinch of salt.
They wrote: "Those are cellar babies. In the late 60s/early 70s it was a trend in both NYC and California to embed doll parts in the walls of your house, including basements. Sometimes items were hidden inside of these as well, including newspaper clippings and (rarely) cash. Take a look."
However, others have shared their similarly strange doll-related finds:
After sharing some promotions underneath the massive tweet, the woman's sister got a bit of stick, to which she replied: "People get upset when you promote products under your tweets but I don't see any of them ponying up the cash my sister needs for her exorcism."
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