A mum was chilled to the bone after coming across several creepy baby dolls nailed to trees during her daily walk.
The 64-year-old, who is a theatre practitioner at Walsall Manor Hospital, had trekked through the undergrowth in Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, when she discovered a clearing.
It was there that a number of trees stood with dolls “nailed” and “tied” to them.
Chilling footage – that wouldn’t look out of place in a horror movie – shows the dolls stuck to the trees as far as they eye can see.
They all appear to either be wearing the same khaki bodysuit or nothing at all.
To make it even more scary, some of the dolls have disturbing facial expressions.
Speaking to Birmingham Live about the incident on January 28, the mum-of-two said: “I’ve had to shield for all of the lockdown, but when I was on my walks I looked a bit further and as I dug through the undergrowth I saw these dolls.
“They were in some sort of order. Their dresses were all raggedy and they were all tied and nailed to the trees.
“And as I came out of the woods I saw a sign that said that this was the operating theatre for the old Pensions Hospital. It was just a little bit weird considering what I do for my job.”
A friend of the mum who is a spiritual medium says she now plans to go and take a look “to see if she can feel anything”.
The woman later went back to the site and found the dolls were still there.
“It wasn't that scary and I stood in amongst the dolls,” she said.
“I was saying my prayers. I talked to the dolls and wished the children who used to live in the mining village eternal rest.”
The footage, which wouldn’t look out of place in a horror movie, was captured in Cannock Chase in Staffs. On January 28.
An old war hospital was built on the site in Brindley Heath – where the dolls were found.
It was also once home to the Ministry Pensions Hospital, which closed in he late 1920s.
After this, the buildings were acquired by the colliery to house miners along with their families. The site was then known as "Brindley Village"and had a school and working men's club.
The "village" lasted until the early 1950s, when residents were moved to a new council housing estate on the outskirts of Hednesford.
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