Grandma who makes impressive life-like baby dolls gets visit from police for trafficking children

Grandma who makes impressive life-like baby dolls gets visit from police for trafficking children


Two of the real-looking dolls 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A grandmother was shocked when a police officer arrived to her home and demanded to see her baby.

The officer explained that a concerned citizen called police after seeing her baby for sale on Ebay for $500.

Kathy Cadle of Ohio, went to bring her “baby” known as Ethan, and handed the doll to Sgt. Frank Goscewski.

That is when the officer realized that the “baby” was actually a doll that looked so real that a person seeing the photo on the Internet could mistake it for a real baby.

Artists Kathy Smith and her sister Rachel, create the dolls using vinyl and glass beads.

Kathy said that the day that she was accused of human trafficking and received a visit from police, her sister was featured on the front cover of a magazine for using the dolls as therapy for patients with dementia and Alzheimer’s.

The sisters are selling the real-looking dolls under company name Bunny Bundles Reborns.


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