The creator of the doll that has been terrorising children this week insists they have nothing to fear as the hideous creation has 'rotted away'.
Speaking from his nightmare factory in TokyoJapan, 43-year-old Keisuke Aiso said that Momo is dead.
'It doesn't exist anymore, it was never meant to last. It was rotten and I threw it away.
'The children can be reassured Momo is dead - she doesn't exist and the curse is gone,' he toldThe Sun.
'Mother Bird' as it is actually known, was built in 2016 and exhibited at an alternative art gallery in the Japanese capital as part of an annual exhibition that gallery staff have now faced death threats for.
It depicts the naked torso of a woman with a bird's lower half. The artist admitted that his intention was to scare people with the creation that was inspired by horror movies.