Little Miss B | STAR
On December 24, 1945 in Fayetteville, West Virginia the home of George Sodder was claimed in a fire. Four of the nine children that lived with them were rescued while the fire took five of the others. Their bodies were never found. Due to this, it was believed by many, including the Sodders, that the five children unaccounted for had managed to live. They believed this until the day they died. The house itself has since then been rebuilt but the children remain missing.
This doll belonged to one of the children that disappeared and has been passed from person to person since that Christmas Eve. Her name was Betty Sodder.
Each family that has come in contact with this doll has reported strange occurrences, which can best be described as childish. Items commonly go missing or appear to have been moved. On several occasions, people have reported being able to hear things at night. At about 2 A.M. each night floorboards creek, the sound of things shifting can be heard, doors sometimes open or close. On stranger occasions, the sound of a child laughing or calling the name of the owner of the establishment can be heard.
Each year in the month of December, this doll is especially active and Betty has been witnessed appearing in spirit and wondering around looking for someone to talk to. Some occasions she appears to not be aware of others around her but on other occasions she seems perfectly aware of her surroundings and will communicate with others. She is not an evil spirit but she does miss her parents and siblings so plenty of her actions are done out of loneliness.
When becoming in possession of this doll, expect Betty to meddle with things here and there. She will probably move things around and make some noise at night but she listens if you ask her to stop, you merely need to ask her to do so. She also is a very intuitive spirit and will likely not take kindly to someone coming into the household with the intention to disturb something or cause problems. Our interactions with Betty have been wonderful. We have taken to calling her Little Miss B, which she seems to love. She loves tow wonder around the office and see the things we sell on the site. Everyone she has crossed paths with, she seems to have liked so far.
This doll is an antique from around 1920 and was found in the house when the Sodder family moved in. The doll was given to Betty who had taken a liking to it upon first discovering it. We have tested the doll by being in its presence. We have found that the doll itself is very happy to be in the presence of anyone. She appears to be only 13.
She does her best to use her spiritual world to give you things you want to give including better financial standing or protection of your home or family. She is looking for parental figures so if you're just a lonely person in need of company, Betty is a very friendly spirit.