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This island of dolls will give you nightmares

Isla de las Muñecas may be the creepiest island on Earth. Mutilated dolls are hung on trees across the island."Island of the Dolls" is located in the Xochimilco canals which is outside of Mexico City Legend has it that years ago, a man named Don Julio Santana found a dead girl and her toy near the island's waters As a way to pay his respects, he spent his life collecting dolls and decorating the island with them.
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