Ed and Lorraine Warren are celebrity’s in the paranormal community. They’ve been solely responsible for the development of Hollywood titles, such as “The Conjuring” which was based on a true story and “Annabelle,” the movie's prequel. Annabelle was one of many Raggedy Ann dolls that was purchased for a daughter named Donna for her 28th birthday in the 1970s. According to Donna, her roommate witnessed the doll move on its own and became fearful of its presence. They each discovered the doll in different rooms from where it was previously left. They’ve even discovered the doll standing and leaning against a chair. It was also said that the doll would write things down in child-like handwriting with messages that said things like “Help Us” on pieces of parchment Donna didn’t own and had no clue as to where it came from. When Donna discovered blood on the doll, she decided to speak to an expert. A medium conducted a séance with the doll and discovered the spirit of a 7-year-old girl child possessing the doll. According to Ed Warren, God doesn’t allow the spirits of children to go into a doll so that it must have been a demon impersonating this 7-year-old. After the doll caused Lou - Donna’s roommate’s fiancé – physical pain, the Warren’s were contacted and took possession of the doll. Ed Warren claimed the Annabelle doll was responsible for the death of a young man who challenged the doll to do its worst, and it did. He died in a motorcycle accident upon leaving the museum.
Here is a video of a man named Ryan visiting the Warren’s occult museum: