ANNABELLE doll is a terrifying figure for those who have watched Conjuring horror movies.
The spooky porcelain figure is said to be inhabited by a demon. Here’s all about the scary toy …
Who is Annabelle Doll?
Annabelle Doll will be a familiar figure to those who have watched The Conjuring movies.
The doll has been described as a “terrifying porcelain doll that is disfigured and immediately menacing”.
The doll is a recurring antagonist in the Conjuring film franchise.
Annabelle also has films in her own name, including Annabelle (2014), Annabelle: Creation (2017) and Annabelle Comes Home (2019).
In the original Conjuring movie, it is explained that a demon got attached to the doll.
The doll’s background is explored in more detail in the previous film, named Annabelle.
In Annabelle, husband John Form gives the doll to his pregnant wife Mia as a gift.
The family is haunted as soon as they are in the presence of the doll.
For those unfamiliar with The Conjuring movies, the movies are a dramatized version of the “real life” paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Warren spoke about the “real” story behind Anabelle Doll.
Unlike the porcelain doll seen in the movies, the real Annabelle doll was a normal looking Raggedy Ann Doll.
Where’s Annabelle Doll now?
The Annabelle doll is now kept at the Ed and Lorraine Warrens Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut.
According to the actual Warrens, a nursing student received the doll in 1970.
After a few strange incidents with the doll, a psychic told the nurse that the doll was inhabited by the spirit of a dead girl named “Annabelle”.
Ed and Lorraine Warren were called in to investigate and found that the doll was indeed demon possessed.
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However, Warren’s verdict has been the subject of controversy.
Science writer Sharon A. Hill said, “Like Ed Warren in real life, Annabelle in real life is actually a lot less impressive.”
She said of Warren’s claims: “We only have Ed’s word for this, as well as the history and origins of the items in the museum.”