Fort East Martello Museum

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Robert the Doll is a rather infamous exhibit at the Fort East Martello Museum in Key West. The doll, standing 3 feet tall, is said to be haunted and cursed and is believed to have caused numerous misfortunes to those who have interacted with it. The doll was originally owned by a young boy named Robert Eugene Otto who received it as a gift from his family's Bahamian servant in the early 1900s. Robert became very attached to the doll and would often talk to it as if it were alive, leading some to believe that the doll was possessed. Over time strange occurrences began to happen in the Otto household. Furniture would move on its own, disembodied voices could be heard, and neighbors reported seeing the doll move from window to window when the family was out of the house. It's said that Robert would blame the doll for these incidents, claiming that it would move on its own and even attack him in his sleep.