16 Scary Facts About The Real-Life Annabelle Doll 

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  • Annabelle is a Raggedy Ann doll, not the terrifying doll from the Conjuring Universe movies
  • It’s also maintained in a wooden case rather than a large glass cabinet.
  • However, there is a warning notice on the case, just like in the movie…
  • A tarot devil card is actually glued to the front.
  • As you approach the hauntingly lit up doll at the Warrens’ Occult Museum, they may play creepy church-like music.
  • A museum visitor ignored the warnings and beat on the doll’s box decades ago; he was later claimed to have died in a motorcycle accident.
  • When a priest from Hartford came to the Warrens’ house, he tossed the doll across the room, declaring God’s victory over the devil. He was involved in a major collision with a tractor trailer on his way back to the rectory.
  • A priest performs prayer on a regular basis to bless the environment in the room where the doll is kept.
  • Lorraine Warren disliked staring at the doll because it had caused “a great deal of harm to a great deal of people.”
  • Judy, Ed and Lorraine’s daughter, stated her parents told her not to acknowledge the doll and never to look it in the eyes.
  • Lorraine previously stated that the evil associated with Annabelle doll requires a body to inhabit.
  • “That doll,” according to Tony Spera, Ed and Lorraine’s son-in-law and protégé, is the Warrens’ collection item that terrifies him the most.
  • The doll was given to Donna, a young student nurse, as a birthday gift from her mother in 1970, according to the Warrens, but she soon began to notice “suspicious” conduct in her apartment.
  • Donna, on the other hand, treated the doll like a small girl, and you can still see a little bracelet on its wrist now.

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