Isla de las Munecas, the Island of the Spooky Dolls 2

Isla de las Munecas, the Island of the Spooky Dolls 2

Located south of Mexico City, Doll Island is an attractive tourist destination for adventurous tourists with a creepy, spooky atmosphere.

In the middle of the Xochimico Canal – Mexico, you can find a small island called Island of the Dolls (Isla de las Munecashay Island of the Dolls).

Legend of the Island of Dolls

Rotten, old dolls are hung on trees all over the island.

It is said that a young girl was found mysteriously drowned on this island many years ago, and her spirit entered the dolls.

Local people also pass down a legend that the dolls can move their heads and arms, and even open their eyes.

Of course, the witnesses may have been exaggerating and the island is not haunted, but there is no denying that Isla de las Munecas is an attractive place for adventurous guests.

Isla de las Munecas, the Island of the Spooky Dolls

Mr. Julian Santana Barrera was the one who collected old dolls and hung them on tree branches to pray for the soul of the unfortunate girl.

The truth behind the legends of Doll Island

Julian Santana Barrera is the caretaker of the island.

However, there are people who also question the existence of the drowned girl.

According to those who came into contact with Barrera, it seemed that Barrera was driven by some invisible force and it completely changed him.

Isla de las Munecas, the Island of the Spooky Dolls

It is believed that dolls with lifeless eyes always follow the footsteps of tourists visiting this island.

After 50 years of collecting dolls and hanging them on this island, Mr. Barrera was found drowned in the same place where the unfortunate girl was found.

After Barrera’s death in 2001, the island became famous and was mentioned in many articles and even in television shows.

Although they admired Don Julian’s actions, many people who came here described the island as a real nightmare destination.

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