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Annabelle the doll from The Conjuring is real

I remember growing up as a child we were told you can get initiated in a satanic cult through toys, dolls, cartoon and many more. Most of us didn't believe, we disregarded words like that as myth and folktales.

It took me a while before I believe those words we heard as kids were true. Till this date many African Christan parent would never buy a doll for there children. Because of demonic possession. If you familar with horror movies like "THE NUN" "INSIDIOUS" you must have come across

 " THE CONJURING " it's a series supernatural horror films. It has part 1-3.

This conjuring is based on true life supernatural stories of Ed and Lorraine Warren, a married couple who investigated paranormal events. Ed warren was a was a self-taught and self-professed demonologist, author, and lecturer. In real life.

In the movie "The conjuring " You must has seen this doll called "Annabelle" . Annabelle was a doll that was possessed by an evil spirit through a witch named Bathsheba Sherman. The doll was left abandoned in an old house. Anyone who lived in that house was tormented, killed or initiated.

As scary as it may sound this doll still exist till this very day. Annabelle the doll is kept safely behind a glass case in an Occult Museum.

The main difference between New Line's Annabelle and the Occult Museum's doll is appearance. real life, the Annabelle doll is not wide-eyed and made of porcelain. It's actually an innocent-looking Raggedy Ann doll. Regardless of image, the real doll is said to be dangerous and possessed.

Looks are deceiving," said Lorraine Warren, who died few year ago. She told USA Today when discussing Annabelle. "It's not what the doll looks like that makes it scary; it is what has been infused within the doll: evil."

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African Annabelle Christan Lorraine Warren The Conjuring


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