Shikoku Doll Island
Yep, ANOTHER equally creepy island of dolls, but this time in Japan. When a 64-year-old artist returned to her hometown to find it occupied by only 37 residents, she took it upon herself to boost the population -- by stitching 350 (pretty much) life-sized cabbage patch dolls and posing them naturally (you know, fishing, gardening, in school, etc.) around the island. Really, you gotta see it for yourself.
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Barbara Woolsey is a Berlin-based writer who once visited a voodoo witch in Venezuela (it was terrifying). Follow her adventures around the world on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.