“The haunted home of Annabelle the evil doll and other occult artifacts!”
The Occult Museum is closed due to zoning regulations we are seeking a new location for the museum The people behind the massively successful horror film The Conjuring followed up with an Annabelle spinoff horror film, that delved into the history of the creepy doll featured briefly in the first film. What you might not know is that Annabelle actually exists, and you can visit her yourself. The Conjuring was loosely based on the exploits of Ed and Lorraine Warren, self-proclaimed "demonologists" who made a career out of touring the country and solving paranormal mysteries through a combination of heavy Catholicism and psychic powers. Most famously, the couple were two of the first investigators in the infamous Amityville Horror case, another haunting that spawned its own series of films. While many of the cases they worked on, like Amityville, were later outed as hoaxes, their ability to tell an excellent scary story can't be denied, and one of the creepiest of all had to do with a Raggedy Anne doll that they nicknamed Annabelle. As the Warrens tell it, the antique doll was purchased from a hobby shop in the 70's as a birthday gift to a girl named Donna. Donna was in college, and shared a small apartment with her roommate, and Annabelle quickly became a beloved piece of decoration.. until the two girls began to notice the doll moving on its own. Often times Donna would come to find the doll had moved from its spot in the living room to her bedroom, other times it would seem to cross its legs when people weren't looking, and sometimes the doll was even blamed for writing messages like "help us" in a child-like scrawl. Eventually, Donna and her roommate called in the help of a medium who told them the doll was possessed by the spirit of a woman named Annabelle Higgins. According to the medium, Annabelle really liked the girls, and wanted to remain in their care. It was at this point that the Warrens got involved, and they had a feeling that Annabelle was a wee bit of a liar. Their case files tell of the doll attacking the girls' friend "Lou": Looking down toward his feet he saw the doll, Annabelle. It began to slowly glide up his leg, moved over his chest and then stopped. Within seconds the doll was strangling him. Paralyzed and gasping for breath Lou, at the point of asphyxiation, blacked out. Lou awoke the next morning, certain it wasn't a dream, Lou was determined to rid himself of that doll and the spirit that possessed it. [Ed and Lorraine] agreed to take the rag doll back home with them. Upon leaving, Ed placed the doll in the back seat and agreed he would not take the interstate in the event the inhuman spirit still resided with the doll. His suspicions were all to correct in no time the Warrens felt themselves as a the object of a vicious hatred. Then at each dangerous curve the car swerved and stalled with every corner causing the power steering and brakes to fail. Repeatedly the car verged on collision. Ed reached into the back seat into his black bag and took out a vial of holy water and doused the doll making the sign of the cross over it. The disturbances stopped immediately and the Warren's arrived safely home. After the Warrens arrived home, Ed sat the doll in a chair next to his desk. The doll levitated a number of times in the beginning, then it seemed to fall inert. During the ensuing weeks, however, it began showing up in various rooms of the house. When the Warrens were away and had the doll locked up in the outer office building, they would often return to find it sitting comfortably upstairs in Ed's easy chair when they opened the main front door. The doll also showed a hatred for clergymen who came to the house. The Warrens built a glass case for the doll, and after having it blessed by a priest, placed Annabelle inside. Today, visitors to the Warren Occult Museum can see Annabelle in her glass case with a giant handwritten sign warning visitors not to touch. According to the Warrens, the last person to break that rule was promptly killed in an automobile accident." -Roadtrippers The Warrens Occult Museum is the oldest and only museum of its kind. This world-renowned museum has attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the world. Inch for Inch Their Museum houses the largest array of obscure and Haunted artifacts. Items used in extremely dangerous occult activities and diabolical practices around the world. To touch one of these items would be the opposite of touching something holy, something blessed. See the Shadow doll that can come to you in your dreams, and stop your heart! See the Satanic Idol found in the deep woods of Connecticut, the Conjuring mirror used for summoning spirit, the Vampire’s coffin used by a modern day vampire, Bare witness to a Ragedy-Ann doll which is responsible for a death of a young man, and multiple attacks on those who once mockingly came in contact, See Masks used as a Topa for Diabolical projection, Child Tomb stones that were used as Satanic Alters, a Famous Organ that plays by itself. You will also see Psychic Photography, Pictures that would combust, and Crucifixes that were malevolently thrown from walls and desecrated, Egyptian, and African cursed items.. Death curses, a Shrunken head, Possessed toys and animals, Voodoo, Fertility and other Killer dolls! One of their most famous artifacts – The Annabelle Doll will be on exhibit. Annabelle is believed to be responsible for the death of an individual who came in to contact with it.. This doll also reportedly slashed a grown man several times across the chest,.She terrorized a family for months until the Warrens and a an Episcopal priest were called in and an exorcism was performed. Although Annabelle has been exorcised several times it is believed that some energy is still attached to this doll. PRS Director Ryan Buell co-hosted visited the Occult museum while hosting a tour with Lorraine Warren. It is there when Ryan Buell first claims he saw Annabelle’s head move up and down startling him, as if Annabelle was nodding at him, as if to acknowledge his presence. The Warrens Occult Museum is a place that any seasoned paranormal investigator or enthusiast in the world would agree, is a Must see. If you are looking to experience & learn about The Warrens, view Case files, and see over 5o years of Occult items that will change the way you see good and evil, then Warrenology awaits. ***The Warrens Occult Museum is currently only viewable via Warrenology events.***
Only the brave can pay a visit here. This place was the one featured in the horror movie "The Conjuring". This houses "Annabelle" and a whole lot of stuff which are believed to be cursed. Walking inside the museum definitely gave us the shivers. We didn't stay long, though. We got scared and just decided to leave right away. On the other hand, if you're into the paranormal, give this place a visit and I believe that everything will seem interesting to you. But if you're not, like my friends and I, better not go here because you'll only scare yourself.
The events appear to mostly take place around New England and don't happen too often. When they do, they'll post up on their website, or you can email the museum curator and get info. A word of warning: the events aren't cheap-- they're usually in the ballpark of $160 per ticket. However, they do get you really personal access to some really scary haunted objects like Annabelle, and a gifted storyteller will scare the living daylights out of you.
I ll go visit it!
This place was fun for a visit, but it was overpriced.
Permanently closed as of Jan 2021
I have reason to believe that anabelle is being controlled by ziminiar which would explain why the doll is so dangerous
When and where are tours?
I really want too meet this place but I can't💔💔💔💔💔
loraine warren was herself in the movie the conjuring she was the only old women in class
you think her musiem woud be haunted
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