This is clearly an internet troll, some bored person or an actual person with malicious intent, Watch ReinBot Horror's videos on the subject to see why fully however one thing I will say is that the image alone confirms if you do a reverse image search and find the true source of it.

Either way this page shouldn't belong on the wiki since it counts as a real life event that might not even be properly malicious. --Loolveus (talk) 23:17, July 27, 2018 (UTC)

  • It's just a "supposedly haunted and possessed" sculpture created by the Japanese special effects company Link Factory. Pictures of it subsequently became an urban legend on the Spanish-speaking web and was associated with "a phone number that could be added to WhatsApp." So it's just an urban legend and is in reality just a creepy art project. NerdWithAKeyboard (talk) 23:37, July 27, 2018 (UTC)
    • Definetly not a internet troll. It's a Urban Legend that started this year. People that contact the person reallly do get the messages. 
      • Not really. It's just a harmless prank that tuned out to be an art project that turned into a spooky urban legend/Creepypasta the same way "Charlie Charlie" and "Smile Dog" did. NerdWithAKeyboard (talk) 23:39, July 27, 2018 (UTC)
        • Exactly, but it's still considered a villain, as Smile Dog and Charlie Ghost are accepted.

My mistake then

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