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Fans of the haunted dolls, finally, a spooky holiday designed just for them.
Is a company that specializes in group adventures for solo travellers, is the provision of an eight-day package tour of Mexico on Halloween, which will include a visit to one of the infamous venue, known as the ” Island of the Dolls.
The figures were said to have been hung up on after the supervisor discovered that a young girl had drowned in one of the island’s canals and waterways.
For the comfort of the island is well-known to the local people, not only because it’s supposedly haunted, but that is for another really, really creepy aspect of this, The area is said to be covered with the dolls hanging from the trees. A lot of the dolls are reportedly missing from various parts of the body (that is, it is not uncommon to find toys that are left in the wild).
The figures are also well-known for their head and arms. There have even been claims that she can hear it whisper to each other.
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According to legend, the dolls are well-known in order to move around and to even whisper to each other, which makes the island the perfect destination for travelers in search of a supernatural experience.
In a press release on the history of the island, a spokesman for the Flash-Pak, the company that provides the tour, pointed out that the urban legend has it that a long time ago, as the caretaker of a young girl who had drowned in one of the island’s canals and waterways. The attendant took out a doll that was in the neighborhood, and that was at the top of a tree, out of respect for each other.
The caretaker is allegedly in itself seems to be haunted by a young girl’s mind and began to hang dolls from anywhere, to calm her.
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The tour, which is set to the travelers in central Mexico, is stopping at the with other, non-doll-haunted-locations. Passengers will be provided with what the company calls a “unique,” to the old Mexican traditions, including the celebration of Dia de los Muertos. The trip will run from Oct. 26-Nov. 3.
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Mexico attracts travelers from all over the world throughout the year, with its endlessly rich in culture, but in October, the country will be brought to life — the most famous example of this is the Day of the Dead celebrations,” said Lee Thompson, the founder of the company. “The country has so much more to offer than just white sandy beaches, and this is a one-off tour offers travelers the chance to really get under the skin of the country, with a few scares thrown in.”