A terrifying 200-year-old gypsy doll known to spark strange occurrences wherever it goes has been claimed to be one of Australia’s most haunted objects.
Letta Me Out was discovered underneath a house in Wagga Wagga by owner Kerry Walton 46 years ago.
‘I reckon he walks in the night time, we came in here as a new house and I’ve never heard so many strange things in my life,’ Mr Walton told the Warwick Daily News.
The Warwick man said that house objects will often shift, and that the doll has moved in front of people, with the scuff marks are an obvious indication Letta Me Out comes to life.
‘A clock fell off the wall when she was doing the interview and when she was telling us about the kid that drowned, he moved in her lap,’ he said.
The doll has been taken to psychics who believe he was made for a boy who had drowned, Newscorp reported.
Mr Walton stated that at one public appearance Letta Me Out moved in front of an audience of 200 people – but once revealed all to a Brisbane physic.
Warwick residents will be able to clap eyes on the doll when she makes a rare appearance at the Criterion Hotel on April 28 from 7.30pm-9.30pm with owner Mr Walton.
To view the doll is free however it will cost willing punters $5 for a picture with the phenomenon.