Just In Doll in a coffin in Limpopo wa found witchcraft is real in the country of South Africa this shocked many people they are in disbelief at what happened to the family.
A family at Ha - GGlebeoutside Thohoyandou in Limpopo is still traumatized following a shocking discovery of what they buried.
It is alleged that the family buried their 18 - year old son after he passed away in March 2022.
But the family was told the deceased was seen in Gauteng province.
The family then went to the cemetery on the 27th of April to dig up the grave and found a doll in the coffin, not the person they thought they buried. In March the family was in shock after what they saw was unexpected of what they faced is very heartbreaking, that this was witchcraft in Limpopo that they never faced before.
The family of the deceased boy was busy investigating what happened to this boy and we're is he now in the Gauteng and doing in which place and who is using the boy.
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