Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

These Creepy Photos Of A Doll Factory Will Haunt My Dreams Forever.

Sometimes, it's fascinating to see how something is made. Seeing a product when it's just pieces and parts and watching it become something you recognize is what makes factory tours and "how it's made" television shows so popular.

That being said, dolls are probably the one thing you don't want to see in factory-form.

Below are some photos from a doll factory, between 1931-1955, and they are as creepy as you'd imagine they'd be. Doll eyes, arms, torsos, and blank faces are the stuff of nightmares -- and we've got plenty of them for you below.

We're not sure how these children are okay with this.

We're not sure how these children are okay with this.

Orlando / Three Lions / Getty Images

Orlando / Three Lions / Getty Images

Orlando / Three Lions / Getty Images

This mold doesn't scare us at all. Nope. Not at all.

This mold doesn't scare us at all. Nope. Not at all.

Kurt Hutton / Picture Post / Getty Images

This army of heads may haunt you for years to come.

This army of heads may haunt you for years to come.

Merilyn Severn / Picture Post / Getty Images

In fact, all of these images might.

In fact, all of these images might.

Harry Todd / Fox Photos / Getty Images

Really, what if this was your job?

Really, what if this was your job?

William Vanderson / Fox Photos / Getty Images

Despite the fact that what's being manufactured is fundamentally innocent, there's just something so sinister about these photos.

Despite the fact that what's being manufactured is fundamentally innocent, there's just something so sinister about these photos.

Kurt Hutton / Picture Post / Hulton Archive / Getty Images

Kurt Hutton / Picture Post / Getty Images

William Vanderson / Fox Photos / Getty Images

Orlando / Three Lions / Getty Images

London Express / Getty Images

Orlando / Three Lions / Getty Images

Ullstein Bild / Ullstein Bild / Getty Images

FPG / Getty Images

Fox Photos / Getty Images

Keystone-France / Gamma-Rapho / Getty Images

Keystone-France / Gamma-Rapho / Getty Images

We're just glad this isn't our job -- and that this factory closed long ago. Yikes.

We're just glad this isn't our job -- and that this factory closed long ago. Yikes.

Kurt Hutton / Picture Post / Getty Images

Source: Mashable

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