Lorraine Warren Wiki
Lorraine Warren, the famed demonologist and paranormal investigator, has died at 92 years old.
According to the Horror News Network, Warren and her husband, Ed, founded the New England Society for Psychic Research in 1952, and became involved in some of the most famous situations of paranormal and poltergeist hauntings in history. Their work has since become popularized through movies like Annabelle and The Conjuring, not to mention the many books they’ve written.
Founder of New England Society for Psychic Research
In 1952, the Warrens founded the New England Society for Psychic Research, the oldest ghost hunting group in New England. They authored numerous books about the paranormal and about their private investigations into various reports of paranormal activity. They claimed to have investigated over 10,000 cases during their career. The Warrens were among the very first investigators in the controversial Amityville haunting. According to the Warrens, the N.E.S.P.R. uses a variety of individuals, including medical doctors, researchers, police officers, nurses, college students, and members of the clergy in its investigations.
In 1991, a two-hour made-for-TV film based on the Smurl haunting, titled The Haunted, was released by 20th Century Fox. Written by Robert Curran, Jack Smurl, Janet Smurl, Ed Warren and Lorraine Warren, the film starred Jeffrey DeMunn as Jack Smurl and Sally Kirkland as Janet Smurl. The 2009 film The Haunting in Connecticut was loosely based on the 1986 Snedeker haunting investigated by the Warrens.
Cause of death
According to her son-in-law, Warren died peacefully in her sleep.
Fast fact about Lorraine Warren you Need to Know
- Warren & Her Husband, Ed, Investigated Hauntings for Decades
- Warren Died ‘Peacefully’ in Her Sleep, According to Her Son-in-Law
- The Warrens Held Tours of Their Home & Museum Throughout Their Lives
- Warren Claimed to Receive Signs From Ed After His Death
- Fans Are Mourning the Loss of the Infamous Paranormal Investigator