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Kathryn Novak
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As we're drawing nearer and nearer to Halloween, this is an idea I might be using at my Halloween party. The idea of using a voodoo doll to play a prank on someone (an unsuspecting guest) has always appealed to me. But using the normal voodoo effect seemed so cliche and overdone. So I started thinking- what if the reverse happened? What if the person was injured, and the doll showed signs of pain or suffering after the injury had happened to the real person? For instance- say the entertainer's "hand" is cut with a sharp piece of glass/nail/knife. It'd be a little scary if the doll, which had no previous signs of wear or tear, showed a slash in the hand- with a drop of blood or two running out of the "wound". Then it could even be taken a step further. A little later on, a seemingly "serious" injury- such as a burn- could happen to the performer- and the doll might burst into flames! It's a bit extreme, but with the right moments of distraction from the doll and a little extra help, it could be done. Of course, I'd lose a doll in the process, but they're relatively easy to make. The doll would have the performer's likeness, of course.
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Cool, hope your idea wouldn't scared someone till fainted... Smile
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