Why scientists were not able to do on a 3D printer copy from the occult doll

Why didn’t scientists make a copy from an occult doll on a 3D printer?A photo from open sources

What today is just not printed on a 3D printer, from toys to planes and houses – indeed, an amazing invention of our time! Perhaps for this reason, paranormal researchers appearances Connor Randal (Connor Randal) and Karl Pfieffer (Karl Pfiffer) ventured even into a truly fantastic experiment: print on a super-modern printer a copy of one of the most mysterious museum exhibits – The Crone of the Catskills (occult Catskill doll).

Where did the occult doll come from?

Catskill Doll – a mystical wooden figurine found in the caves of the Catskill Mountains (New York State). She clearly intended for some occult masses, because on the neck of this figure was a rope is tied, and nails are driven into the eyes.

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Here’s what a person who found this amazing exhibit:

I was initially scared to even pick her up however, human curiosity took up, and I thought that this little thing can be sold for decent money. However in the same strange things began to happen at night in the house: as if someone in wandered the darkness through the dwelling, forcing blood to freeze in the veins, and in the morning mysterious traces appeared on the floor of the room where the doll was wet feet, in the air there was a sulphurous smell either rotting, or mustiness. In addition, the wooden figure itself has moved, finding yourself in a good three meters from the place where it was delivered. And in the afternoon, such mysticism began that it’s just horror, not bring the Lord to see and experience anyone. Nails in the eyes the dolls suddenly began to move, as if wanting to break out of their captivity. At this time, the wall in the room is cracking, falling and breaking crucifixion of Christ, and in the corner appeared some kind of swamp witch or something like that – you won’t make out with fear …

The frightened American remembered his friend, who he studied all paranormalism, and hastily carried it to him damned “piece of wood.” However, he was in vain rejoiced at this gift, because the creepy doll soon brought to a nervous breakdown and his …

As a result, the mystical figure took a place in the museum, however, here too she didn’t stand for long, because the faces of visitors who showed to her interest, immediately covered with red spots, they started terrible headaches, tears pouring from his eyes. And if someone touched the Catskill Doll, with such a person soon surely misfortune happened. As a result of all these observations, museum workers made appropriate conclusions and hid the damned doll away from human eyes. So she is in storage and rested until Connor Randall and Karl Pfiffer got her out of boxes to make a copy on a 3D printer.

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Is it possible to copy occult things?

The matter, however, did not reach the press: only the daredevils proceeded scanning a mystical figure as the printer crashed. And it turned out so that it surprised scientists. That’s how Carl described it Pfiffer:

The printer is not just broken, as it happens sometimes, it caught fire, and then completely melted – it didn’t climb like it says, to no gate and could not be explained by anything except like mysticism. Apparently copy and repeat something magical, even just the form of an occult thing, using the usual technique, it’s simply impossible – there is a taboo on it …

Since all this has just happened, it is still unknown how an attempt to copy the Catskill Doll comes back to researchers paranormal perhaps Connor Randal and Karl Pfiffer yet will regret that they undertook such a bold and, in general, completely a crazy attempt …

This is what many Internet users think, Acquainted with this information. There is nothing more stupid, writes one of them, than combining modern technology with the world of mysticism and occultism. It’s all one that goes into battle with the dark forces with a modern machine gun, even if perfect among other things firearms …

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