“I’m crazy about Harold the Doll!”

I need some help and since you told me to please stay in touch with you I am asking for an explanation if you have . I purchased your book, Harold the Haunted Doll from Amazon and received it today. I have read about a 3rd of it and cannot put it down. It’s fascinating. Now here is my problem.

Throughout portions of what I have read, I see where people have stated Harold, “Adam, if that’s the name of the entity associated with the doll” is an ugly doll and when they do, something would happen to them such as backaches, scratches, bites, black eyes, migraines, what have you. You have even stated you think he is ugly. Personally I am drawn to the picture on the cover of your book. I talk to his picture and played games with his picture. I know I sound demented but, as I have previously told you he fascinates me.

Let me get to the crux of this message. I am not going to claim I am a sensitive but can sense emotion associated with people and things. I look at the picture of Harold and I see a mistreated little boy that is angry, very angry. Now if its true that he was a molested child, he would have been told things probably like he is ugly, that no one but his molester could love him, so on and so forth. The belittling he took had to weigh heavy on him making him feel worthless.

I look at his picture and see the damage to his vessel, and associate it to the damage done to him, if he truly was molested. I tell his picture he is cute and a beautiful doll. I Tell him the damage is superficial to his “skin” and that I see a very hurt child. He looks like he is giggling and grinning when I talk to his picture and his eyes are very bright. I rub his little face and tell him I wont hurt him and poke his belly, tickle. his toes, and get his nose. I know this sounds absurd but I am a mother and grandmother. I feel no fear from him or in what I have read so far.

Why is it that I feel something completely different from anyone else that looks at him or has any contact with him? I know its just a picture on the cover of your book but, I feel a connection with him in a motherly nurturing way. I just want to pick him up and cuddle him and tell him its going to be ok. Is he doing something to me?

Have I lost my mind? I am perfectly at ease and comfortable with him.

He almost looks giddy in the picture? Can you explain this please?

Harold High Resolution Front Cover 2Tammy (I’ve changed the name for purposes of privacy)

Hi Tammy,

Thank you for taking the time to write to me.

Based on what you wrote, I have a fairly good idea where you are in my book. I’m happy to see that you’re intrigued with what you’ve read so far. However, there is MUCH MORE to the story, as you’ll find out.

What you’re experiencing is what I refer to as, “The Harold Effect.” Many, not all, look at the picture, watch my vlogs, read my book, or have little if any interest in the doll, and will experience an adverse reaction.

Of course, many people will experience NOTHING at all.

And of course, there are those who have an experience, but either won’t admit to it, or explain it away.

But I have heard, from others like yourself, people who will tell me that they the same way you do.

Why is that? The ONLY explanation I have at this point is that there is the spirit that calls himself, “Harold,” which is one of those imprisoned in the doll.

The there is the real owner of the doll who is not me. I’ve learned I’m only it’s caretaker.

“Harold,” and the one who the doll really belongs to are BOTH liars, tricksters, and manipulators. NEITHER one of them want me to have the doll because of my continuing, relentless, search for the truth behind what’s going on with it.

Having said that, I believe that you feel the way you do towards it because the entities want YOU to have the doll, but don’t be fooled. As you’ll learn when you finish my book, God protects children and fools, and I’m the fool who has the misfortune of having the doll in my care.

Harold cover photo

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