'Haunted' little girl doll sitting on swing in swamp terrifies locals

‘Haunted’ little girl doll sitting on a swing in a mangrove swamp terrifies locals who swear bad luck strikes anyone who approaches her

  • Small town locals are terrified of ‘haunted’ doll sitting on swing near a mangrove
  • Residents of the North Queensland town Lucinda believe she brings ‘bad luck’
  • Doll blamed on spooky incidents like boat motor troubles and lost fishing gear

Locals in a small town are terrified of a ‘haunted’ little girl doll that sits on a swing next to a mangrove swamp.

Residents of North Queensland town Lucinda, 90 minutes north of Townsville and with a population of 406 people, said they believe she brings bad luck.

They claimed the doll may be to blame for spooky incidents like boat motor troubles and lost fishing gear.

Locals in a small town are terrified of a ‘haunted’ little girl doll (pictured) that sits on a swing next to a mangrove swamp

Residents of the North Queensland town Lucinda, 90 minutes north of Townsville and with a population of 406 people, said they believe she brings bad luck

‘Everyone seems to know about the doll but nobody really wants to talk about it,’ Hinchinbrook MP Nick Dametto told the Townsville Bulletin.

He said no one knows where she came from or how she got to sitting on the swing under a low hanging tree. 

Most residents know of the girl, as do fishermen who catch lines at the Hinchinbrook Channel, but are wary of getting ‘too close.’ 

Even saying a quick ‘hello’ to the doll is said to be enough to spell doom. 

‘I’ve heard stories of people who have gotten too close to the doll having bad luck while out boating or fishing,’ Mr Dametto said.

They claimed the doll (pictured) might be to blame for spooky incidents like boat motor troubles and lost fishing gear

‘This might be pure circumstance or just a modern wives’ tale but it’s something I’m definitely not willing to toy with.’ 

He said every question he asked locals about the doll seemed to lead to more questions with no one knowing the answers. 

Another business owner reportedly said the doll was made by a ‘lovely’ local couple, who wanted to add some colour into the town.

However Mr Dametto warned the girl’s origins was a ‘local mystery’ and said most were ‘weary’ to find out. 

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