Black Dahlia: Black Dahlia Voodoo Doll Listed on EBay

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One of the strangest Black Dahlia items I have ever seen – a “Black Dahlia Voodoo Doll” — has been listed on EBay, complete with a box and a set of spells.

The vendor says:

 

As far as the history and orgin of the doll I unfortunately hate to admit I can’t tell you. My client was very naive and swindled by the website selling her this doll. They infact told her the doll was over 100 years old which upon inspection I knew immediately was not accurate but more along the lines of no more than 40 years old I would say. I can’t get the doll to disclose her name. After many times attempting I just gave up and figured She will come around and open up in the proper hands. Her original name when my client purchased her was “The Black Dahlia” so I just decided to call her that. She is a rather beautiful doll and it is such a shame she was used in a manner she clearly does not accept. This is a friendly spirit and I can’t imagine her causing harm but rather teaching someone simple spells to deal with life as well as their enemies if they have any.

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The item is listed as Buy It Now for $24.99. The vendor notes that the doll is only being sold as a doll – there is no guarantee on the spells and incantations.

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About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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3 Responses to Black Dahlia: Black Dahlia Voodoo Doll Listed on EBay

  1. BEORH HOUSE says:

    “I can’t get the doll to disclose her name.” That says it all. Coo-coo for cocoa puffs.

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  2. mandymarie20 says:

    Sounds like another case of trying to cash in on a famous case. This is a pretty fun ‘relic’ though. It’s cute and kitschy at least.

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  3. Benito says:

    An awkward translation of Henry VIII’s motto: Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense [Evil to him who thinks evil]. To quote Calvin & Hobbes, verbing weirds language.

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