When I revealed in 2013 that I have Harold the Doll, and have had it since 2004 when I won it on an eBay from a woman named Kathy, I did it because I wanted to make public that the original listings of the doll were a hoax. Having said that, I knew something weird was going on with the doll, I just didn’t know what.
Having said that, I knew something weird was going on with the doll, I just didn’t know what. But it wasn’t found in a flea market in Webster, Florida. No one ever tried to burn it and it wouldn’t burn. And my favorite, no one ever died from a brain tumor after looking into its eyes. (I have no idea where that one came from except on Ghost Adventures.)
Kathy and I stayed in touch over the years but things became extremely contentious between us before the doll was scheduled to appear on television. It got to the point that we stopped talking to each other altogether. Until recently.
As you may know, I was able to assist the souls imprisoned in and by the doll on February 15, 2017. I thought it only right to let Kathy know, since she is a part of its history, so I sent her a brief text saying that what was going on with the doll is over.
Recently, something strange was going on with my phone. As I was talking with people it would suddenly disconnect for no apparent reason. This sort of thing did happen, frequently, before I ended the insanity with Harold, so I began to wonder.
Then one day I was talking to a friend on the phone when it disconnected. Before I could hit redial I heard the phone dialing. “Hello! How are you?” I heard, but it wasn’t the voice of the friend I was just talking to. It was Kathy. How this happened I have no idea.
How this happened I have no idea. But we did spend a good amount of time talking. She is still suffering physical ailments that she attributes to the time she had Harold the Doll. So is her husband.
I’m so happy we’re on speaking terms again, and I hope that things get better her and her husband.
Kathy, if you’re reading this, let stay in touch!