Live streaming is being used to verify if this doll is really haunted

This might sound like the plot of a horror movie, but it's actually happening

Ah, live streaming. If people are willing to watch a watermelon explode live, why not a haunted doll to see if it moves?

The geniuses in this situation are TV channel Destination America and horror site The Lineup and the scary doll in question is Ann which is sitting under 24/7 camera surveillance in The Lineup’s office right now. As reported by the site, the doll is haunted by the spirit of a 13-year-old girl who died from tuberculosis at the Waverly Hills Sanatorium way back in the early 1900s. 

Aside from the usual drastic changes in temperature and unusual smells associated with paranormal activity, Ann has also been known to cry out at night and move her arms, all of which can be witnessed via YouTube. Hooray for live streaming. After all, what could go wrong, right?

In this completely scientific experiment, Ann will be keenly observed by the internet and experts alike. Observations will be logged and nightmares will be had. And at the end of it all, a lucky contest winner will be bringing Ann home.

If you’re curious about the whole thing, you can read more about it here.

Source: The Lineup via CNET