Included in those claims were that the characters in the painting moved during the night, and that they would sometimes leave the painting and enter the room in which it was being displayed. The painting was first displayed at the Feingarten Gallery in Beverly Hills, California , during the early s. An individual who saw the story about the original painting contacted Stoneham about commissioning a sequel. Sometime after Marley's death, the painting was found on the site of an old brewery, by an elderly Californian couple, as stated in their original eBay listing. The doorway is a representation of the dividing line between the waking world and the world of fantasy and impossibilities, while the doll is a guide that will escort the boy through it. Eventually, the auction page was viewed over 30, times. Their eBay description made a series of claims that the painting was cursed or haunted.
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