The real-life Lorraine Warren noted paranormal investigator and author has passed away at the age of 92.
The Conjuring movies and spin-offs are based on Lorraine Warren and her husband Ed’s real-life experiences battling with the unknown and the paranormal. Continue on…
CelebNMovies247.com reports sources close to Lorraine Warren’s family said that she “went peacefully in her sleep.”
Lorraine Moran, a clairvoyant and light trance medium, was born in 1927, she and her husband Ed met at the tender age of 16, and were married one year later. He joined the Navy but came home during a 30-day survivor’s leave after the sinking of his ship.
Together they would become pioneers in the field of paranormal investigation, and were tied to some of the most famous hauntings of the last century.
The Warrens spent more than their fair share of time dealing with skeptics and naysayers, many of whom claim that the entirety of their evidence was falsified. Others believed that the Warrens were onto something real, but that Ed had a flair for the dramatic that led to larger than life claims that could not be confirmed.
Others took the two to task for their devotion to the Catholic faith in which they’d both been raised claiming their religious beliefs undoubtedly colored their opinions in many cases.
Their life has been documented in Ed & Lorraine Warren’s Books which you can get here…
Over the decades they collected numerous haunted objects including the notorious Annabelle doll, which they kept in a special museum in their home where the items were regularly blessed to dull their negative energies.
It was Lorraine’s compassion and Ed’s charisma that opened so many doors for them, and they eventually found their names tied to some of the most infamous alleged hauntings of the 20th century including Amityville and Enfield. The couple worked together, wrote together, lived and loved together up until Ed’s death in 2006.