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    DC Ghosts presents Lily "Host a Ghost"

  • Recurring daily
  • Dates:
    October 1, 2020 - October 31, 2020
  • Admission:
    $24.99
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This October, set the mood by welcoming a new friend into your house. Her name is Lily, and she’s a haunted doll and effigy, following a Viking tradition to ward off evil spirits. She is modeled after the Countess Elizabeth Báthory, commonly referred to as the female Dracula. She is surprisingly effective at both warding off ghosts and scaring your friends.

A terrified person contacted the team with reports of a doll that she found outside her apartment and brought inside. It would move on its own and turn lights off and on. She couldn’t stand it anymore and sent it to the DC Ghosts team. After videos captured it moving on its own, and people saw it, demand grew for people to host Lily at their own home. Thus was born a Halloween season tradition used to scare friends and family, and to ward off other ghosts. This year, everyone can use Lily in their home: on a porch, by a nightlight, or put her on a shelf. Lily is the “Elf on the Shelf” for Halloween season and can be found at:  www.dcghosts.com/lily