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devil baby

Back in the day, Ali McBeal saw dancing babies. And before that Rosemary had her own problems. Chucky was closer to this baby though. Dolls and especially the ventriloquist’s dummy [think Hugo from the 1945 Dead of Night anthology film] have a long history of being associated with things that go bump in the night. Interestingly there was a 1964 film with a dummy also called Hugo, titled Devil Doll.

Fear of ventriloquist’s dummies is called automatonophobia.


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