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Old 14-09-2009, 05:52 PM   #59
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That was way better than expected! Awesome,
-the cabriolet plane incident thing was pretty shocking!!

btw next episode they will be investigating this island
Island of the Dead Dolls

Where can you find mutilated plastic children mounted on trees? La Isla de las Muñecas or Island of the Dolls in Mexico and one of the next stops on Destination Truth's crypto-tour of the world. Why dolls on trees? Well there are several theories but the man responsible didn't take this secret to his grave in 2001.

The gist of the story begins with Don Julián Santana who lived on the island for fifty years as a hermit despite having a wife and family. Shortly after arriving on the island he believed it to be haunted by a young girl who drowned. Some thought he fished dolls out of the canal because he was mad and was convinced they were real children. The truth is whenever he spotted a doll floating by he retrieved and placed it on a tree. Thus, appeasing the spirit and protecting himself from evil. One doll wasn't enough though. He soon turned the whole island in to a shrine dedicated to that poor young girl. He even traded home grown vegetables for old dolls to add to the collection. Since his passing, La Isla de las Muñecas has become one of Mexico's creepiest tourist attraction.

With the aid of TAPS' Dave Tango and Steve Gonsalves, will Josh and his crew encounter the spirit girl or discover La Isla de las Muñecas is nothing but another hot spot for "dark tourism" enthusiasts?


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