Isle Of Dolls

This unerving tourist attraction is thought to be one of the creepiest places on earth.The Isla de la Munecas is littered with frighteningly disfigured DOLLS put there to ward off evil spirits. The small island in Mexico was decorated with more than 100 toys by hermit Don Julian Santana in the 80s and 90s. Don Julian believed that the ghost of a drowned girl haunted his home and hung his grotesque creations to ward off her spirit.

This unerving tourist attraction is thought to be one of the creepiest places on earth.The Isla de la Munecas is littered with frighteningly disfigured DOLLS put there to ward off evil spirits. The small island in Mexico was decorated with more than 100 toys by hermit Don Julian Santana in the 80s and 90s. Don Julian believed that the ghost of a drowned girl haunted his home and hung his grotesque creations to ward off her spirit.

This unerving tourist attraction is thought to be one of the creepiest places on earth.The Isla de la Munecas is littered with frighteningly disfigured DOLLS put there to ward off evil spirits. The small island in Mexico was decorated with more than 100 toys by hermit Don Julian Santana in the 80s and 90s. Don Julian believed that the ghost of a drowned girl haunted his home and hung his grotesque creations to ward off her spirit.

This unerving tourist attraction is thought to be one of the creepiest places on earth.The Isla de la Munecas is littered with frighteningly disfigured DOLLS put there to ward off evil spirits. The small island in Mexico was decorated with more than 100 toys by hermit Don Julian Santana in the 80s and 90s. Don Julian believed that the ghost of a drowned girl haunted his home and hung his grotesque creations to ward off her spirit.

This unerving tourist attraction is thought to be one of the creepiest places on earth.The Isla de la Munecas is littered with frighteningly disfigured DOLLS put there to ward off evil spirits. The small island in Mexico was decorated with more than 100 toys by hermit Don Julian Santana in the 80s and 90s. Don Julian believed that the ghost of a drowned girl haunted his home and hung his grotesque creations to ward off her spirit.