A WOMAN who “married” a zombie doll in a creepy wedding ceremony claims she plans to raise KIDS with her monstrous creation.
Zombie-lover Felicity Kadlec, 21, will visit a sperm bank so she and her doll can raise a child “to signify our love to each other”.
The weirdo married the creation she calls Kelly Rossi, which is covered in fake blood and has a mutilated face, in an “intimate ceremony” on Rhode Island last August.
Now, she’s keen to “complete their family”.
Felicity, from Massachusetts in the US, said: “We are exploring our options. It would be me carrying the child and using donor sperm.
“We haven’t got as far as working out the logistics of it yet – that is a work in progress, but it is something we are serious about.
“We have a loving home, why wouldn’t we want to bring a child into that world and raise them in the loving environment?”
She added: “It feels like the next logical step. We married six months ago now and we have become a lot closer as a result.
We made the marriage as legit as we could. Kelly took the male role, as that is what she prefers, and I was the bride.
We consummated our relationship in the normal way and now know each other on a much deeper level, both physically and emotionally.”
Felicity reckons they’re both “still madly in love and we want to share that with someone else.
“A baby would really be a dream come true. It would complete our family.”
Felicity was given the zombie doll by her late father when she was aged 13, and later tried to “fight off” romantic feelings for Kelly.
But she found that the doll became a shoulder to cry on when her father died in 2017.
So they became a “couple soon after” in a wedding ceremony conducted in front of her other eight dolls.
Felicity said: “It got to the point where we couldn’t fight it any longer. I know a lot of people think it is wrong, but we don’t care. We are happy.”
The pair married, and now sport matching wedding rings and Felicity even has a tattoo of Kelly’s name on her forearm and wrote her own name on the doll’s.
Felicity said that raising a child would be a way of “signifying our love and devotion to each other.
“We are in no rush, we want to find the perfect option for us. And it will be expensive.
“But we have started looking into it. We know we will spend the rest of our lives together, so you don’t need to put time limits on it. But it is the next step for us.
“I know Kelly would be a great parent. I love her, and she loves me. That’s all that matters.