"Nestled in the hidden valleys of Shikoku, Japan, is the village of Nagoro. Its remote location has led its residents to leave for big cities in search for work. With not even a local store, there’s little reason for immigration, so as residents die there is no one left to fill their void. Nagoro is slowly shrinking.
Eleven years ago, Ayano Tsukimi returned to her home in Nagoro. Confronted with constant departures, she has populated the village with dolls, each representing a former villager. Around 350 of the giant dolls now reside in and around Nagoro, replacing those that died or abandoned the village years ago.”
Does anyone else think this is a horror movie waiting to happen?
Anyway you can watch the documentary behind this here
Sad and creepy.—
Take me back to Bonnaroo.—
The Enfield Poltergeist was the name of the events which occurred in a small home rented by Peggy Hodgson, a single mother of 4. The events took place mainly in August of 1977 in the London Borough of Enfield, in England. Peggy called the police after her children claimed furniture was moving and noises were heard, eventually developing into demonic voices and the children being held in the air by an unknown force.
You can read the full story here, and from what I know, the Conjuring 2: the Enfield Poltergeist is based roughly on these events.