Episode: The What Cast #264 - Possessed Objects


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The What Cast #264 - Possessed Objects
Are killer dolls real?  Could that My Buddy doll from the back of your closet really harbor the soul of a murderer?  Could that old Cabbage Patch doll house the essence of a demon?  Based on these references, it should be clear that I am a child of the 80's, but that is neither here nor there.   In the bible, it is said that Adam was formed from clay and given life through God's divine power.  In legends of Jewish mysticism, it is claimed that a golem can be created in much the same way.   Is there a difference between Adam and the Golem?  Is Chucky or Annabelle a form of Golem?  What's this nonsense about Voodoo dolls?     Well...   Mateo is a porcelain doll that houses the soul of a 14 century Spanish explorer and Mike is secretly the Golem of Prague.     Just...ya know, keep it between us.  It hard enough trying to go through life as a magical construct.

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