The first Living Dead Dolls appeared for sale in America in 1998. The first commercial series of Living Dead Dolls, Series 1, was released early in 2001. Since then, new series have been released roughly twice a year.
Living Dead Dolls are 11″ (28cm) tall plastic dolls which are sold in coffin-shaped boxes. Most of the main series dolls come with a death certificate, except for the showbiz-themed Series 5, which had coroner’s reports. The death-date on the certificate is typically that of a significant historical event, or somebody’s birth or death. There is also a short poem about each doll printed on the coffin packaging and/or the death certificate.
It seems that many many people love these dolls. Some people seem to hate these dolls or think them to be evil.
What are your thoughts on the living dead dolls? Do you own any?