A WOMAN who found a creepy doll's head embedded in the wall of her new home has been told to "move out immediately".
The woman's sister posted the creepy snaps to Twitter, with users flocking to comment on how creepy the bizarre design concept was.
Posting under the name, The Only Living Dead Girl in New York, she wrote: "My sister moved into a new house and found this in the wall of her basement."
In a tongue-in-cheek follow-up, she added: "Thanks everyone for your overwhelming response to my sister's new baby."
The pictures show a weird plastic doll's head embedded into one of the concrete blocks in the basement.
The doll is pale-skinned, with big blue eyes, chubby red cheeks and pink lips.
One user commented: "Yeah move out immediately.
Another said: "It's fun and games until it moves closer to the stairs with each passing day until she wakes up one night to the sound of a baby crying and when she opens her eyes that baby face is looking down at her from the ceiling that it is now trying to claw its way out of."
But another more cautious one added: "Only go if blood starts coming out of the faucet. Then you know it's time to leave."
But one braniac suggested the weird decoration was a "cellar baby".
The person wrote: "Those are cellar babies. In the late 60s/early 70s it was a trend in both NYC and California to embed doll parts in the walls of your house, including basements.
"Sometimes items were hidden inside of these as well, including newspaper clippings and (rarely) cash."
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