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Thread: Edwardian Home in Melbourne (Filled with Super Creepy Dolls)

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    Elite Member Sleuth's Avatar
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    Vegemite Land


    I hate it. Well, the house itself is fine but the all the crap inside needs to go. It's a creepy toy museum, not a home.
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    On the Hellmouth


    The only thing I'd keep is the old stone cocky. I'd donate the rest to a toy museum/council tip.
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