Welcome to the Dollhouse: HAR Listing Photos Overwhelmed by Dolls

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Looking at the exterior photo of 7706 Valley View Lane on the Houston Association of Realtors Web site, everything seems completely normal. One look at the photo gallery tells a different tale.

In what has got to be one of the strangest things in a house photo since that big black dildo on the back of the toilet comes this crazy house of dolls. The listing seems like it ought to read, "Stunning Mid-Century Modern home w/Lead Glass Doors welcoming you into your living area featuring the sunken Living Room & Bricked Fireplace, Lots of Windows...OMG DOLLS!"

In virtually every room, there is at least one doll. Even in the kitchen, there is a sad raggedy doll just flopped on the counter. Given the home's current inhabitants, we recommend the blessing of a shaman or at least an exorcism before the new owners move in.

More pics after the jump.

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