CABBAGE PATCH KIDS
The Garbage Pail Kids Are Still Horrifying Parents 30 Years After Emerging from Trash Cans
We talked to Mark Newgarden, co-creator of the trading cards, about why they're so popular and why the team never published that drawing of a pickled baby in a jar.
Julie Le Baron
You Can Buy the World's Largest Collection of Cabbage Patch Kids For Just $360,000
The couple that owns the collection has spent so much money on dolls that they've been forced to live in a trailer.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
We Went to the Freaky Animatronic Hospital Where Cabbage Patch Kids Are Born
Cabbage Patch Kids aren't birthed out of vaginas. Instead, they come from giant, baby-filled trees.
The Secret History of Cabbage Patch Kids
The dolls were originally invented by a Kentucky artist named Martha Nelson Thomas, but the design was stolen and transformed into a multibillion-dollar franchise. Martha never saw a penny.