Totally Normal, Definitely Not Haunted, Missing Palmer House Doll

I don’t want to cause any panic, but a completely normal and definitely not haunted doll has been reported missing from Palmer House in Sauk Center. Based on Lisa J. Heap facebook post, Slappy is missing and his whereabouts are unknown at this time.

Were you recently at The Palmer House? Have you seen this guy minding his business in the hall or in the children’s room? Did he go into your room or jump into your suitcase? Did he follow you home? Slappy was a gift for the PH and he disappeared. Help him find his way home. And if you had sticky fingers and thought he would be a good addition to your doll collection, he won’t. Please bring it back or send it back, no questions asked. PM me, and I’ll even Venmo you $postage

Slappy, who is a character in RL Stine’s “Goosebumps” series, was stolen, misplaced, or left the Palmer House under his own power. The first option is frustrating, the second understandable, and the third terrifying.

I’ve seen enough of these movies to know how it works. First, a child buys an innocent-looking doll, which of course quickly becomes possessed and/or haunted. Think Child’s Play or Annabelle. Chaos ensues.

I’m not saying that’s the case with Slappy, but I don’t think we can rule it out altogether either.

The Palmer House is known for its paranormal activity and attracts people from all over the world eager to experience their own encounter.

We have heard many stories from people in central Minnesota who have stayed at the Palmer House over the years.

If you see Slappy around town, either in someone’s backseat or driving the car, please contact House Palmer for his whereabouts. Until then, I will close my doors a little more.

Just to be sure.

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