There's a hiking trail in Atlanta, Georgia that follows a path of discarded baby dolls and it's bound to give you the heebie-jeebies. 

Constitution Lakes Park is a nature preserve just outside of the city, and it's a creepy one. It's the site of an abandoned 19th-century brick factory and where you'll find the Doll's Head Trail. 

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The eerie trail is the brain-child of an artist who envisioned an art project fashioned from thrown-out doll parts and other trash scattered around the nature preserve. 

The artist's vision came to life when he encouraged visitors to contribute, and the dolls have been collecting along the trail ever since.

But the point of the project is that everything must be found inside the park, which cleans up the nature preserve while creating art, because, as the trailhead sign says, "litter makes the angels cry." 

Body parts from dismembered dolls are strewn amongst fallen trees, hidden in natural crevices and buried in the brush.

Many of the dolls along the spine-chilling trail are burnt or covered in dirt and mud, making them look like baby zombies who have risen from the dead. 

The nightmarish scene looks like something out of a horror movie, and you're the one being chased through the forest. 

If you're faint of heart, we suggest you visit the trail during daylight. 

Doll's Head Trail

Price: Free!

Address: Constitution Lakes Park — 1305 S. River Industrial Blvd. SE, Atlanta, GA

Why You Need To Go: To go on a super creepy hike that will make you feel like you're in a horror movie.