– What’s the creepiest
baby doll of them all? – Let’s talk about that. (alarm rings)
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see how correct you are. But first, we’re gonna
spend some time with one of the creepiest
things that I can think of. Baby dolls. They are almost as creepy as real babies. What, I mean, babies scream all the time and they crap themselves on purpose. That’s creepy. – Right but right now
we’re talking about dolls, not babies, and the
Mythical crew has scoured the darkest corners of
the internet AKA eBay, and have acquired some of
the creepiest baby dolls ever manufactured and we’re
gonna crown the creepiest. It’s time for ranked: creepy baby dolls. We have invited five crew
members to join us today and they are Stevie, Emily,
Jordan, Ellie and Josh. – Hello guys. – Let’s clap. (cheering and clapping) They each have brought with
them a creepy baby doll to present to us and make their arguments and we’re told that most of
these dolls were at one point in mass production and sold to the public. – Which may be very disturbing. Rhett and I are going to
rank them to determine the ultimate creepiest baby doll ever! – Whoa, don’t get too excited. (Stevie laughs) – Why don’t we start with Ellie. – Great, I prepared a speech. (laughing) – Great, I loves it. – Let me paint you a picture, okay. The year’s 1965, the
Vietnam War rage is on, free love abounds and my
mom’s two years old actually. – Oh. – That’s not really here nor there but– – She’s teething or something. – Yes, what did happen
was Hasbro released a doll called Little Miss No Name. Yes, drink her in. She’s an orphan doll that has
no name as a matter of course. – [Link] Oh gosh she has man hands. Look at that hand. – [Ellie] She’s had a
tough life, you know? – It’s huge.
– Little Miss No Name. – Yeah so at the time in the 1960s, there was this whole trend
where people were obsessed with big eye paintings because
it made them feel empathy and so Hasbro decided to cash in on that. An interesting thing about
Little Miss No Name is that if you do figure out her real name, she will eat your baby. (Rhett laughs) Your real baby. – But you just keep throwing out names until she gets excited? – [Ellie] Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. – So this is an original. We got this off of eBay. – Oh yeah, this was $125.
– No we made it, Link. (Stevie and Rhett laugh) – What?
– $125 for this. – This is an antique piece of crap. Look at the hair. – Yeah it’s a worse wig than Britney. – Yeah this is incredibly creepy. It’s difficult to
imagine a baby doll being creepier than this which makes
me very excited about today. – Yeah she’s a home run. – Actually I don’t know. For me, is it just sad? Like the big eyes with the tear. I mean if you light it
correctly and if it rer– – So this causes empathy in you. – Yeah, I’m sad. – I don’t have that part of my brain, so– – Does she have one hand
that’s like a hand out and one that’s like an
action chop or is that– – Yeah so in the promotional
photos she often has a coin in her hand. – [Stevie] Oh my God. – [Emily] And then she
chops you and then runs. – This wouldn’t go over well today. That is one note I’ll make. – [Ellie] Absolutely. – All right let’s– – Let’s put her in the
middle, I mean again, she’s very creepy to me
but it is a little bit sad. I gotta agree with that. Okay we’re moving along to Stevie. – This wouldn’t go over well
today is a very good segue for the doll you’re about to meet. (laughs)
– [Link] Okay. – This is Hugo, Man of 1000 Faces. And he was produced by the
Kenner Toy Company in 1975. I’m told he was pretty popular. We got him on eBay for $129. The box says Hugo can be anything his master wants him to be. Can we grab the box, guys? A hero, a villain, a comic character, or a scary guy, and he
was intended for children ages five to 11. So this is the box too which is quite 70s. – Oh my gosh, look at the eyes. – [Rhett] Does it come with super glue? – I think you’re supposed
to lick the back of it. – [Stevie] Ew, God. – Nope, not doing that. – The thing is, yeah, he’s
wearing a Renaissance shirt, which I don’t quite understand. – Renaissance shirt (laughs). – [Jordan] Hey kids, have
you always wanted to play with your own uncle? – That’s a thing, like, I’m 100% confident that this is the creepiest
doll but I’m not 100% confident that all of my comments
will be show appropriate because this is literally a
man doll that was designed by men for little girls to play with. – [Link] What am I now, Stevie? – [Rhett] Oh you know what
it looks like right now? This looks like the crazy
aunt from Mister Rogers. – Oh. – That’s a deep reference. – That’s exactly the same. I watched the documentary
last night so it’s very fresh. – The thing is is that you
think that they were trying to circumvent the whole
little girls playing with a man thing by
putting that boy on the box until you realize there’s
also a Catholic priest outfit that he can change into. – Oh boy.
– Are you serious? – [Stevie] No. (laughs) – I feel like– – None of the pieces stick, so I’m stuck kinda holding them on. – That’s part of the fun! You gotta find a friend to hold
all the pieces to the face. – Well and then the
other thing, I was like, well it’s a good thing that
he doesn’t have a bottom half because you know a lot could happen. But then I was like,
where’s the bottom half? You know what I mean and I
think that’s an additive– – Where are the nipples?
– To the creep factor. Yeah, and then at night,
you’re just laying alone thinking to yourself where are the nipples and that’s really what does it for him. – I feel like he should
also come with a coffee cup that’s secretly filled with whiskey. (laughing) – This is without a doubt creepier. I think you gotta put him in number two. – So creepy.
– Oh really, look, what’s creepy about this guy? What have you done? – You’re gonna have to keep holding him the whole time though. – I like him because he has alopecia but alopecia doesn’t have him. He’s still going around
with his day to day. – Okay Josh, what do you have for us? – Speaking of dolls with alopecia, this is a vintage three-faced baby doll. It was really, really difficult
to find any information on her but we did find
a discussion on a thread on the website CollectorsWeekly.com. So user Manikin, the only
person who seems to have any information about this vintage three-face baby doll writes, it’s a take on the original Trudy doll. The original Trudy doll is a trademark of the Three-In-One Doll Corp, and these date from
the 1970s to the 1980s. – But what do you mean the Three-In-One? – [Josh] Turn her face please if you will. – [Rhett] Like this? – Turn her face.
– What? Why would it be down there? – If you take her bassinet
off, you can turn her face. So there are three faces. There’s sleepy, weepy, and
smiley is what it says. – [Ellie] Oh no! – [Josh] So that is
actually its pooping face, and then if you turn,
that’s it’s sleeping face. – [Ellie] Why is that worse? – They all look like when
Arnold Schwarzenegger goes out on the surface of Mars in Total Recall. – [Emily] Yes! – None of the faces are
even close to pleasant. There was never any shot of that doll bringing anyone any happiness, which I think is kinda beautiful. It is exclusively meant to terrify. It’s a lot smaller than the other dolls so it can fit in the crevices
underneath a door, perhaps. – Right, nooks and crannies.
– Into a closet. – This does have like a– – Don’t put your mouth on it.
– Like a demonic sort of horror quality to it that
it could be creepier, but I don’t know if it’s
creepier than Mr. Bojangles, what do you call it? – Let me tell you it’s not. It’s not creepier ’cause Hugo
is the creepiest of them all. – [Link] I feel like we made
him the creepiest version. – No, strip it all away,
take off his shirt, that’s the creepiest version. – [Emily] It’s kinda hot
when you put the glasses on. – [Stevie] (laughing) It’s not. – Yeah I’ve definitely dated
someone that looks like that. – I’d date a guy with no
legs and that over a lot of the dudes in LA. – [Jordan] Yeah if you take
off the chin he kinda looks like Henry Cavill. – [Ellie] No! – Are we going here or here? This is tough, man. – Put her at three for now. Okay Emily.
– Oh God. – What do you got?
– Okay, so this doll was manufactured starting in 1939. Originally these dolls were
for people who had lost a child.
– Oh wow. – A little bleak, a little
bleak but also very spooky. (Jordan wails) Dead kids–
– When a parent outlives their child! – Yeah exactly. So and people would get kind
of a replica of their child to remember them if they
needed some comfort or whatever but this doll is then redone by an artist to be an alternative reborn doll. – I haven’t even seen the
doll and I’m creeped out. But there’s the doll. Oh my gosh! – [Jordan] It has a skin condition. – [Link] What! – [Emily] Yeah, make
sure to support the head. – [Ellie] Nothing wrong. – If you like Wednesday Addams
but also Benjamin Button, this is really great. She’s perfect for any
gathering of the snuggle-o’s. My favorite is the French
tips not only manicure but pedicure at the same time. Everything else makes sense but that. – The thing that gets me–
– The veins. – The skin and all of those veins. – [Emily] A lot of detail
work went into this. – Oh gosh I mean, look how
realistic it looks on camera. Oh gosh. – [Ellie] What’s wrong with her eyes? (Link mimics crying baby) – I kinda wanna stop holding her. – If anyone’s gonna be the
Annabelle, it’s this one– – [Link] This is how you burp her. – Because it was made for
a baby that passed away. If any of these is haunted, it’s that one. Don’t spank it! – I’m not, I’m burping it. – Look at what’s happening
to the hip dysplasia here. – Go higher, you are a real father. That is a fake child. – In my mind that’s the creepiest one yet. – Link’s kinda have a Koko’s
kitten kind of relationship with this one.
(all laughing) – Okay Jordan. – Yes, okay, final doll. Creepiest for last, I
know, that’s a bold claim. But this one is really bad. Okay, 1966, produced by Mattel, so this is a legit toy
company thought this was okay. This is Baby Secret. Baby Secret. – [Ellie] Oh no. – Nice hairstyle there. – [Jordan] Found on eBay $45. It’s also known as a yacker because you’ll note a string back there. Maybe give that a little
yank and she’ll yack. – Here we go. – I love to sleep with you. – I like to sleep with you. – Oh no! – [Rhett] Is that what
she says every time? – [Jordan] There’s other things. – Will you tell me a story? – Will you tell me a– – I think it’s will you
tell me a story but it says will you kill me a donkey,
it could be either. – [Emily] Will you kill me a donkey? – [Jordan] Yeah it could
be either, hard to say. – Whisper, tee hee hee hee hee. – What was that one? That was an ancient
curse and now we’re dead. – Something hee hee hee. (Rhett laughs) – I swear, once I pulled it and she said, you’re my biological father. (all laughing) – Here’s the thing, I mean
this thing is well-worn, bought on eBay. – Yeah, somebody spent a lot
of quality time with this. – Yeah that’s exactly what I’m thinking. – They’re currently– – Incarcerated. (laughs) – [Link] Incarcerated. – Or it spent a lot of
quality time with someone. – I feel like someone’s
transferred their own psyche to it. Baby Secret, I think
we’ve talked about her on a previous episode but
we did not get to experience touching or– – Don’t!
– No! – Smelling her.
– Oh no! – I’m gonna put you up there. – I mean she’s someone’s Horcrux, right? – Yes! – That’d give you an instant
headache, by the way. – Yeah right, yeah, you
got some demon in you. Yeah man, I’m not sniffin’ that thing. – I’m gonna (blows air) blow it. I’m gonna blow it into your being. (blows air) – [Jordan] Hopefully
that’s not how it works. – Suck it in.
– No! (blows air) Come on, you can’t do that. – Oh no, don’t put them
together, they’ll make a plan! They’ll start planning something! – Oh no! – Okay well what I will say is that Stevie, I’m sorry. Your doll just seems like a good time now. – [Stevie] No way! – [Rhett] Now that, I
mean look at this thing! Look at the way she’s perched up there. – Yeah, I’m feeling you on this. The man of many faces and many bandages. – Whoa whoa whoa! – I’m gonna take him home
just to comfort me now. – Yeah sorry Ellie,
ratchet Emma Stone is not– (laughing) – You think that she’s the creepiest. – I don’t know, it’s between these two. I don’t think that it’s
the many faces doll. I just don’t think she’s in
competition at this point. – If it were just baby doll
heads, this one would win. I think. But there was nothing else– – ‘Cause there’s more than one? – [Rhett] Did you see the
bruising on this one’s eyes? Because that’s pretty creepy. – Did you try putting your
finger in her mouth yet? (someone screams) – [Rhett] Oh look what
happens with her face. – Ugh, get in there!
– No! (Emily laughs) – I told you the mouth opens. – I didn’t know at the time. Now, yes, it was. – I think the fact that
this one whispers things to you and the fact that it was produced by a big company– – I love to whisper, tee hee hee hee hee. – What was that? – I think she said I have wisdom. – Or whiskey. – And then the last part
was just a dead language that no one speaks anymore. – The fact that she gets
produced by a major company and more widely available than this one which is a modern-day
recreation of an old one, to me– – [Link] This one’s
trying to be creepy too. – [Rhett] Right, this one
was trying to be helpful and is creepy unintentionally in a really, really disturbing way. And look she just laid eggs and
it was the face of that one. (crew laughing) – So there we have it. – [Rhett] So what is
this one called again? – This is called Baby Secret. – [Rhett] I think Baby
Secret is the creepiest baby doll ever. – Congratulations, Baby Secret. – Do you have anything
to say for yourself? – My name is Baby Secret. – Okay, that’s a great way to go out. Get that branding in.
– Baby Secret, the creepiest doll of them all! – There you have it. Thanks for liking,
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