Queen’s Road – September 2002 a young girl dies when crossing road in an attempt to reach for a doll located in the middle of the road. A driver couldn’t slow down quick enough and the incident resulted in the girl killed from severe head injuries.
Eye witnesses testify that the girl was indeed reaching for a doll however when the paramedics arrived there was no sign of a baby doll anywhere around the accident perimeter. The doll went missing after collision. The interesting part of the story begins when the young girl’s mother claims that she did not own a doll to the description. Where did the doll come from? What are its intentions?
All Saints Green opened in 2015, offering a new accommodation beside Queen’s Road. The students that moved in, that September, to start their studies at NUA, discover mysterious happenings associated with a baby doll. No one was able to prove or show that the doll is sinister or harmful but, when students attempted to dispose of the doll, it returned in mysterious locations such as the reception, the lift and halls on certain occasions.
Graham Sheeran, manager of All Saints Green says “At first I thought it was a prank, you know students messing about… but after the baby appearing in my office that only I have access to and was most definitely locked, I do have my doubts and agree that there is some sort unexplained activity.”
The doll reappeared every so often but disappears moments later. In the last few months the doll has appeared a number of times. Students have captured videos and pictures of the doll appearing and behaving mysteriously, even making muffled sounds of crying, which is odd seeing as the doll’s batteries have been removed.
According to photos and student’s descriptions the doll has an injury mark on the right side of it’s face which correlates exactly to the young girl’s head injuries in the report at the time.
The mother of the young girl refuses to take part in any interviews and claims that this is some sort of cruel prank. Do facts prove otherwise?
The percentage of students applying to All Saints Green has decreased by 15% since the rumours surrounding the residence have made an unprofessional impact upon the reputation of All Saints Green.
Some students however have found humour in the situation and are not intimidated by the presence of the doll and have painted a smile onto his face. These students have accepted the doll as part of their daily lives (and refer to him humorously as ‘Steve’) but are still unsettled by the mysterious phenomena.