Isla de las Munecas. The trees of this island near Mexico City are strung with hundreds of dolls. The island’s only inhabitant, Don Julian Santana, discovered the body of a girl in one of its canals more than 50 years ago. He found a doll floating in the same water and, in tribute, hung it on a tree—the first of thousands he would string up until 2001, when he drowned in the same canal. Some believe the dolls, are evil; others believe they safeguard the island.

Isla de las Munecas, Mexico The trees of this island near Mexico City are strung with hundreds of dolls—to creepy, horror-movie-style effect. The island’s only inha

On a creepy island in a creepy swamp south of Mexico City there’s a place that looks like the stuff of nightmares and horror movies. Here, among the scraggily branches and dead trees hang hundreds of old, mangled dolls. It was around 50 years ago that a little girl drowned off a small island hidden deep amongst the canals of Xochimico. The island’s only permanent inhabitant began to find dolls floating in the river.....

The Island of the Dolls a chinampa in Xochimilco belonging to Julian Santana Barrera. He collected the dolls from canals and rubbish heaps, then hung them from branches to appease the spirit of a dead girl he found. Barrera died in but the dolls remain.

The Island of the Dolls (Isla de las Munecas) sits in the canals south of Mexico City and is the current home of hundreds of terrifying, mutilated dolls. Their severed limbs, decapitated heads, and blank eyes adorn trees, fences and nearly every available surface. The dolls appear menacing even in the bright light of midday, but in the dark they are particularly haunting.

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La Isla de las Muñecas is a bizarre tourist attraction by anyone's standards. Old mutilated dolls adorn almost every tree growing on the island, in silent tribute to the spirit of the child. According to legend, three young girls were playing and one of them drowned. A hermit named Don Julian Santana chose the remote island for his home and honored the spirit of the dead child by making a natural altar out of discarded dolls. He would bring them to the island and tie them to the trees.

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Isla de las Munecas: Found deep in the swamp of former Aztec country is what has come to be known as the Island of the Dolls. Although it is now abandoned at one time it had a single inhabitant. His name was Don Julian Santana Barrera. According to legend, one day a young girl drowned just off shore. At any rate, not long after this, Don Julian found her doll floating in the water. Then he found another, and another. Supposedly as tribute he decorated the entire island w/ the dolls.

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Isla de las Munecas - Island of the Dolls. In the swamp that was formerly in Aztec country, lived the soul inhabitant of this now abandoned island. Legend has it, a little girl drowned near the island and the inhabitant, Don Julian Santana Barerra, found the girl's doll floating in the water. Then he found another floating, and another and kept finding them. So, he began decorating the island with all manner of dolls, creating a very creepy place before he mysteriously drowned in the same…

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