Oh, her? Don't worry about her. She only comes out once in a while. We're pretty certain she's the Ghost of Affordable Housing in Seattle. She won't bother you at all.
Hmm. That Parque flooring looks suspiciously oversized. Frankly, I'm suspicious the whole listing this is just a close up of a dolls house, with some really excellent photoshopping to make it look real outside.Nice try doll family.
Cape Cod's in Seattle -- whodathunkit? You learn something new everyday.Nice house otherwise -- maybe she's a ghost from the Salem Witch trials.
"Sadly, we must announce that due to the housing melt-down, Disney has had to downsize... we present our new attraction, The Haunted Cape Cod. It will, er sorta terrify you."
Interesting. I wonder if the house comes with little birds and woodland creatures that will help the occupant of that room dress in the morning?
At least she's well-dressed.could've been worse, she could've been a grunge ghost. or emo!if you must be haunted, why NOT be haunted by Marie Antoinette, amiright??
Marie Antoinette came over to visit one day and hasn't left since!
Why would anyone have this in their house to begin with? Is it supposed to be some sort of decoration? But why?
Not only is the house haunted by the ghost of affordable housing, it's frozen in time! It's so very 1973; my mother would love it.
Flashback to 1974 when Richie grew a set and discovered it was just Fonzie funnin' with him. Don't ever do that to me again.
Not only is her head missing, so is the kitchen.
It looks like Telly Savalas finally figured out how to get the Talking Tina doll to shut up in that classic Twilight Zone episode.
This is extremely unfortunate. If the photographer had gotten the angle right, they could have made the lamp look like it was her head. Missed opportunity = get.
Callisto - maybe he didn't want her to appear lightheaded. Sorry. That was totally uncalled for. I apologize.
So, am I the only one who thought of something else for "Not included: head"? Well, before I scrolled down and saw Marie Antionette...
I have something similar in my house : an old period dress on a dressmaker's dummy. I just like looking at it, that's why it's on display. Think of it as art in fabric. :) - Cathy
This photo is VERY disturbing. The bes is a reproduction of the one Lincoln died in!http://showcase.netins.net/web/creative/lincoln/education/abed.htmWho in the heck would want THAT in their house?
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