Another example of the sickness of U.S. society.

A mom in Ohio purchased from a dollar store what she thought was a princess wand for her two-year-old daughter, only to discover that the wand is an Evilstick with a concealed image of a grinning self-cutting she-demon.

Evilstick Dollar Store

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WHIO-TV reports from Dayton, Ohio, Nov. 9, 2014, that Nicole Allen is very upset after she bought from a dollar store (above) an Evilstick that has the deceptive appearance of a princess wand, with a big-eyed red-headed fairy printed on the cardboard packaging, hearts on the plastic wand, topped by a 5-petal flesh-pink flower.

evil stick

After peeling off the foil from the plastic flower, Allen discovered a disturbing image of a grinning red-eyed witchy female cutting her arm with a knife.


Here’s a close-up of the photographic image:


The store owner Amar Moustafa told News Center 7’s Lauren Clark that parents need to pay more attention to what they’re buying for their children.

He said, “The name on it says ‘Evilstick’. So from the name, if I was buying it for my kid, and I have a lot of kids, and I have young ones, I would inspect it before I give it to them.” He also said while he wouldn’t give the stick to a toddler, he thinks it’s okay for older kids — “five, six, seven, or ten years old. I mean they see that on TV every day.”

Moustafa said he would take the wands off the shelves if he receives a direct complaint from a customer.

Dollar store owner Amar Moustafa

Here’s the address and phone number of the $1.00 Store:

3926 Linden Ave
Dayton, OH45432
(937) 258-1771

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Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.