Look Thep Vs Chucky: Haunted doll fight photos amaze internet

A skeptic Facebook user created a scenario of what would happen if American haunted doll Chucky met Look Thep, the possessed doll worshipped by Thais for wealth and blessing.

The creepy, yet hilarious photoshoot, showing Look Thep smoking and running from Chucky holding a knife, has been circulating on Facebook since yesterday as the superstitious trend of Look Thep returned in the new year.

“The End of Look Thep: This was done to mock and make fun of them.” wrote user Jirapat Rodbunjob who released the photos.

The Look Thep doll became a phenomenon among superstitious Thais last year when all the cool kids and celebrities were spotted cradling and feeding factory-made dolls, which are claimed to be possessed by a child’s spirit.

According to Mae Ning, one famous haunted doll creator, a Look Thep is “a doll who is alive” as she created a soul to live in the doll so adopters could raise the dolls as their own children, taking them out in public like normal kids.

READ: In the House of Haunted Dolls, a creator bares her heart

But it looks like Look Thep needs to learn some martial arts as she doesn’t stand a chance here with Chucky.

ทำเพื่อ ล้อเลียน เสียดสี สนุกสนานส่วนตัวชอบก็ กดแชร์กันตามสบายครับกราบขอบคุณ Parpat Tiantong ที่ไปนำตุ๊กตาชักกี้มาให้ และ คุณ Tay Nuttapon ที่ให้ยืมตุ๊กตามาชักกี้ใช้ในการถ่ายทำครับ

Posted by Jirapat Rodbunjob on Thursday, January 14, 2016

 

Check out Coconuts TV’s exclusive interview with Mae Ning, the Look Thep creator, who gave us a tour of her haunted dollhouse

 

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