How Thomas Edison created a must-have Christmas toy -- with one big flaw

10/9/2013 | Gizmodo

In 1890, Thomas Edison tried his hand as a toymaker, coming up with a sinister-looking talking doll powered by a tiny phonograph. The dolls were a hit, but many were damaged in transit to retailers, turning their sing-song voices into horrifying, garbled wails.

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