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New homeowner who found a rag doll boarded up in a wall with a note saying she killed a family living there in the 1960s says he finds the creepy joke ‘funny’ and held the toy in place

  • Jonathan Lewis, 32, has picked up the keys to his new home in Liverpool Walton
  • He decided to investigate a hole under the stairs that had been boarded up
  • Teacher Discovered Scary Rag Doll Holding A Note With A Sinister Warning
  • Appeared on This Morning and revealed that his friends had told him to sell










A homeowner shocked to discover a rag doll with a chilling note in the wall of his new home has shared how he finds the prank “funny” but says his friends urged him to sell and “move quickly” . ‘

Jonathan Lewis, 32, had picked up the keys to his new home in Liverpool, Walton, on Friday when he decided to investigate a hole under the stairs that had been boarded up.

And it wasn’t long before he came across a creepy rag doll wearing a pinstripe dress and hat—and an even scarier note.

Appearing on This Morning today, the homeowner told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “Some of my friends thought it was hilarious, as did I, but others said get out of the house now, put it back on the market and sell it fast.” . But I thought it was pretty funny to be honest.’

Jonathan Lewis (pictured), 32, from Liverpool, had collected the keys to his new home in Walton when he decided to investigate the void beneath the stairs

The primary school teacher discovered the rag doll with a sinister note in the wall cavity

The primary school teacher discovered the rag doll with a sinister note in the wall cavity

Jonathan, explaining that he had been waiting for the keys for about five months and that his offer for his new home was accepted in April, appeared on the show via a video link.

He explained: ‘So I’m now under the stairs in the kitchen and next to me is what was once a cupboard. It’s just drywall and there’s a wire running here and I don’t know where it’s going.’

“I thought I should make a hole here and try to figure out what it does. So I made the hole in it, looked in it and then I found the doll.’

The homeowner, admitting the note was “pretty creepy,” read it aloud.

When the teacher decided to investigate a hole under the stairs (pictured) that had been boarded up.  And it wasn't long before he came across a creepy rag doll wearing a pinstripe dress and a hat—and an even creepier note.

When the teacher decided to investigate a hole under the stairs (pictured) that had been boarded up. And it wasn’t long before he came across a creepy rag doll wearing a pinstripe dress and a hat—and an even creepier note.

Jonathan said his friends had been urging him to put his new property back on the market.  Pictured, the rag doll

Jonathan said his friends had been urging him to put his new property back on the market. Pictured, the rag doll

Jonathan Lewis (right) appeared on This Morning and told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield how he picked up the keys to his new home in Walton when he decided to investigate the void beneath the stairs

Jonathan Lewis (right) appeared on This Morning and told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield how he picked up the keys to his new home in Walton when he decided to investigate the void beneath the stairs

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“My name is Emily. My original owners lived in this house in 1961. I didn’t like them, so they had to go.

“All they did was sing and be merry. It was sickening. Stabbing was my death choice for them, so I hope you have knives.”

Host Holly asked, “Is she still in that hole?” to which Jonathan replied, “I’m looking at her now.”

In her note, the doll said she killed the original owners who lived in this house in 1961

However, Holly stressed that there was a bit of a discrepancy because the note said Emily had lived in the house since 1961, but Johnathan had become a detective and found facts that somewhat contradict that.

‘Yes they do. So when I spoke to the estate agents and some neighbors they said the kitchen was ready about four or five years ago, so we think it was probably ready then,” he explained. “So I think 1961 is a bit of an exaggeration.”

Jonathan, who said he’s happy there for now, said, “I’m having a Halloween party in October and she’s going to be the star guest. I think I’ll leave her there for now and let a few people see her and when I finally clean up the kitchen I’ll probably take everything down and figure out what to do with her.”

He added: “My thoughts are if it’s a joke or if ghost dolls are real…so I’m going with it it’s a joke.”

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