Date of death: May 26, 1647
Branding her as a witch was their mistake
Only Ember knew her costume was fake
But the townspeople accused her
Bloodied and bruised her
And in the end she was burned at the stake
A trick or treating our Ember did go
Flying on a broom with her black cat in tow,
Getting her candy by casting a spell
”’A witch!”’ from below the children did yell.
She was captured and brought to a judge
Who with Halloween he did hold a grudge,
”’Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live”’, he declared
And consumed by flames is how poor Ember fared.
Living Dead Dolls are 10” (28cm) tall plastic dolls which are sold in coffin-shaped boxes. Most of the main series dolls come with a death certificate, except for the showbiz-themed Series 5, which had coroner’s reports. The death-date on the certificate is typically that of a significant historical event, or somebody’s birth or death. There is also a short poem about each doll printed on the coffin packaging and/or the death certificate.
Ages 15 & up.