After the girl responds to the man, she's about to go back to playing with the Barbie. But that's when Barbie's head suddenly moves, appearing to look directly at the girl's face! Is this Barbie possessed?
5. Video Proof
Don't believe it? Then here's the original video of the girl playing with the Barbie, so you can see for yourself. But you may want to make sure your lights are on first so you don't get too freaked out.
But later in the video, that changes. If you look in the upper part of the frame, just left of center, there's something there wasn't there before. And there's nobody in sight who could have moved it.
8. See For Yourself
Again, the original video lets you see this in action. At around the 45-second mark, a doll in the back appears to rise up from a deep sleep. Perhaps it wanted to take a look at the cup stacking in action?
The Top 5s Finest video shows a few more examples of dolls moving on camera. For instance, there was this one called "The Dancing Doll." A couple suspected it was changing positions while they weren't looking, so they set up a camera to try to prove it.
However, some commenters on YouTube said there were perfectly reasonable explanations for some of the dolls. For instance, the Barbie could have just had a loose neck. And when the girl moved the doll just a little, the head just happened to swivel towards her.
In addition, a "Walking Doll" is toy many people had as a kid. It seems to work by tilting and rocking the doll in just right way to get a leg to swing forward. Then by doing it in the opposite direction, the other leg also goes forward, and it appears to walk.