The Most Terrifying Thing You’ll See This Week

You know what the Galaxy doesn’t have enough of? Horrifying baby dolls that will come to life at night time and devour your gall bladder while you’re asleep.

That is, until now. Master Artist Traci Ann Lister has created a series of reborn baby dolls based on Harry Potter characters for some reason and they are ABSOLUTELY FUCKING TERRIFYING.

If these are actually toys that regular, non-institutionalised, non-parent murdering children on your planet play with, we can’t decide whether to be worried or really, really impressed.

Baby Voldemort, or “He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Changed”, easily the most terrifying of the terrifying doll baby monsters. As is to be expected. And with a nose, too! Nice work, Lord V.
Baby Harry, going incognito without the giant glasses.
Baby Hermione. You can tell because it has eyes and a nose, much like Hermione.
Baby Ewok. Not actually included in the set, but just as frightening. Thankfully, nothing could top this for horribleness, ri–
OH GOD! OH GOD! O. M. F. G! KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!
Baby Lupin. If you ignore the hair, he’s actually kind of cute. If by “cute” you mean “must be put down on sight using silver bullets.”
Baby Snape. Or as we like to call him, “Baby Senor Chang from Community”.
 
Baby Dobby. Okay, SERIOUSLY, who in God’s name would actually buy this monstrosity?

Good luck sleeping normally ever again.

Source: SMH.

9 thoughts on “The Most Terrifying Thing You’ll See This Week

  1. Snape is very cute. I adore Lupin and the fuzziness makes it cuter.
    Hermione looks demonic!
    I'm gonna have nightmares over Voldemort tonight. *shudders*

  2. Thanks for scaring the hell out of me and then making me laugh by making humorous comments on these things. OMG–kill them all with fire.

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