Dolls of unknown origin have mysteriously washed up on this beach

This beach is a doll magnet

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Researchers are able to spot the plastic creations while conducting their regular surveys of the 40-mile stretch of beach that stretches from northern Padre Island to Matagorda Island.
  • The waves deposited the dolls along the beach on the Gulf Coast of Texas, according to researchers from the University of Texas Institute of Marine Science.
  • Their latest doll find was shared on Facebook on April 25.

Creepy dolls have been mysteriowewashing up on an American beach for years and no one knows why.

The phenomenon is not as prominent as other mysteries that are garnering social media attention. But researchers from Mission Aransas Reserve at the University of Texas The Marine Science Institute has a history of seeing creepy dolls covered in barnacles wash up on the Gulf of Mexico beach in Texas.

Jace Tunnell, director of the reserve, told a media outlet that he and his colleagues recovered 30 dolls from the beach.

Researchers are able to spot the plastic creations while conducting their regular surveys of the 40-mile stretch of beach that stretches from northern Padre Island to Matagorda Island.

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The waves deposited the dolls along the beach on the Gulf Coast of Texas, according to researchers from the University of Texas Institute of Marine Science. But their origin remains unknown.

The Mission Aransas Reserve team does more than find dolls. They roam the coast in search of sea turtles, marine mammals and endangered bird species.

Their latest doll find was shared on Facebook on April 25.

“We found lots of dolls washing up. In this short episode of #Beachcombing, we look at a doll with gooseneck barnacles popping out of her eye. You never know what you’ll find on the beach “, we read in the message.

“The first one we found was a sex doll, the head of this one. I posted a picture of it, and I didn’t realize that was what it was. We got a lot of followers on the page after that,” Tunnell said. .

Interestingly, there is a market for washed toys. But the question of why the dolls wash up on the beach has not yet been answered by researchers.

Tunnell explained that the beach is a trash magnet. It receives “10 times more litter… than any other beach in the Gulf of Mexico”.

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