Is Chucky real? As Alabama residents discover a real Chucky walking down the street

In Pinson, Alabama, locals were shocked to find a “real life” Chucky roaming the streets. It was later revealed that the little boy Jackson was the human equivalent of a scary doll. Jackson likes to dress up for his house and neighborhood.

After Pinson landlord Kendra Walden took a picture of Jackson’s Chucky wandering the streets and posted it on Facebook, she said the sight would “nearly” cause a heart attack. The photo spread quickly.

For those who don’t know, Chucky was the name of the evil doll that appeared in the 1988 smash movie ‘Child’s Play’. This doll is still considered one of the scariest horror films of all time.

Kendra and her co-workers discovered the doll while traveling through a mountainous residential area in Pinson. He watched them as they passed while waiting for the car to pass.

Within a week of posting a few photos on Facebook, the photos have been shared over 100,000 times.

In “Real World” Alabama, a 5-year-old boy named Chucky was identified by his mother.

5-year-old Jackson was a walking nightmare doll and his mother, Brittany Reed, recognized him when one of her co-workers showed her a picture.

Britnee told WDHN that her colleague showed her the picture and claimed that her son would behave in the way depicted in the picture. When she first saw her picture, she was shocked to see her son Jackson in the picture. She said:

I zoomed in on the image and exclaimed, “Oh my God, my child.”

Jackson was being cared for by his mother and she immediately called. She found out that her mother had helped Jackson dress up before looking at his everyday neighborhood watch.

Although Britney is sometimes criticized on social media, the majority of her fans have said they love Jackson and his eerie image. Some even invited him to his birthday celebration, but politely declined.

A 5-year-old boy claims he is satisfied with the overall situation and has succeeded in surprising many online. He told WDHN reporters:

“Tell me I was a good Chucky and send Grandma a copy of the photo.”

On Facebook, Jackson’s photo has received over 104,000 shares and over 50,000 likes.

who is Chucky? The story of what became the infamous ghost doll

Legend has it that the real-life doll, Robert, was the inspiration for Chucky. In 1906 in Key West, Florida, Robert Eugene Otto received a Robert doll as a gift from his family’s housekeeper. The maid was dissatisfied with her family and is believed to have turned to Voodoo to curse her doll.

Rumor has it that the doll’s original nickname was Jean, later changed to Robert.

Ranker argued that Robert Eugene Otto treasured the 40-inch doll and carried it around, but things got progressively worse when strange things began to happen in the Otto family.

According to his parents, Robert’s bedroom will hear deep, unknown sounds and eerie laughter. They could also hear someone running around the house.

Things got even worse when young Robert was heard screaming in the room and complaining that the doll had ruined the toy. While the family was abroad, neighbors claimed they had seen a boy resembling a doll at home. The house earned a reputation as a “ghost” as the story went on.

Until his death in old age, Robert cherished the doll in spite of everything. The doll was then hidden in the attic of the house, where it was later discovered by the daughter of the new owner.

The doll is believed to have been thrown back before finding its way to the East Martello Museum, where it is now housed behind a layer of safety glass.

Visitors are welcome to explore the dolls in the museum, but are not allowed to take pictures and must obtain permission to do so.

Internet viewers are convinced that the film is based on Eugene’s doll, although children’s play director Tom Holland hasn’t confirmed Chucky’s relationship with Robert.

Ankita Khanra

Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the School of Mass Communication at KIIT Deemed University in Bhubaneswar.

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