The Texas Department of Public Safety recently apologized for sending out a real Amber Alert for Child’s Play’s Chucky the Killer Doll.
The Texas Department of Public Safety recently found itself in trouble after sending out a Royal Amber Alert for Chucky, the killer doll of the Child’s play movie franchise.
The department blamed the accidental alert sent on January 29 on a “test malfunction,” according to Gizmodo. The alert itself named Chucky as the suspect in a kidnapping and described him as 28 years old, with red / brown hair and blue eyes, was 3’1 “and weighed around 16 pounds. It also described him as wearing” blue jeans. multi-colored striped long sleeve shirt jumpsuit [and] wielding a huge kitchen knife. “
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Chucky the Killer Doll was first introduced in 1988 Child’s play. In the film it is revealed that the doll is animated by serial killer Charles Lee Ray, who used black magic to put his soul inside the doll.
The accidental Amber Alert also identified the abducted boy as a 5-year-old boy named Glen, who weighed six pounds, was 2’3 “and was wearing a blue shirt with a black collar at the time of his abduction. Child’s play The movies will recall that Glen is the eunuch son of Chucky and his murderous partner Tiffany. Glen first appeared in 1998 Bride of chucky. At the end of the 2004 film The Seed of Chucky, Glen had committed six murders and it was confirmed that he did not have genitalia, similar to a Ken doll.
The Amber Alert for Chucky and Glen was sent out three times in the Dallas / Fort Worth area, according to CBS, before Texas public safety officials told reporters: “We apologize for the confusion this may have caused and we are working diligently to make sure this happens. ” it will not happen again. “
When The New York Times Called the residential address in Henderson, Texas, which was listed on the alert as Chucky and Glen’s last known location, a woman answered the phone and confirmed that she was aware of the test malfunction.
It was previously announced that a new Child’s play tv series, call Chucky, is being produced by USA Network and SyFy. The series was scheduled to begin filming in Toronto in the fall of 2020, but was delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
An official synopsis of Chucky read,
In the new TV series CHUCKY, after a classic Chucky doll appears at a suburban garage sale, an idyllic American town is thrown into chaos as a series of gruesome murders begin to expose the city’s hypocrisies and secrets. Meanwhile, the arrival of enemies and allies from Chucky’s past threatens to expose the truth behind the murders, as well as the incalculable origins of the demon doll as a seemingly ordinary child who somehow became this notorious monster.
Created and directed by Don Mancini, Chucky starring Brad Dourif as the titular killer doll. The series is expected to premiere on Syfy and the USA Network later this year.
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