The Conjuring Universe | A Life in Demonology | Warner Bros. Entertainment

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The first Conjuring movie is still the most scariest of them all.

Author — Nayeeb G

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you could really see it in lorraine’s eyes that everything she talks about is true and did happen and that she really experienced it all.

Author — rosé is the queen

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I lived in a haunted home when I was 9 for a year it was the worst experience of my life however what Lorraine said about having faith and not being afraid was a thing I learned to beat something that you cannot see. Everything she said is 100 percent accurate.

Author — Nadia

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I wish I could have met them before they died🥺. RIP to Ed and Lorraine Warren. I love watching the conjuring movie.
At a point I thought there were no demons in the world until I realised conjuring was a real life story. Such an outstanding performance by the cast. Their movies deserve an Oscar.

Author — E.K.U.B.A

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I pray that whatever is hurting you or whatever you are constantly stressing about gets better. May the dark thoughts, the overthinking, and the doubt exit your mind. May clarity replace confusion. May peace and calmness fill your life. ❤

Author — Dream Surfer

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For Conjuring 3, it was honored for Ed and Lorraine Warren, the world's greatest paranormal investigators, RIP Ed and Lorraine 😢

Author — Neal Dominic Dueñas Ibañez

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This is such a fascinating video and also a little eye opening. I heard about the Enfield Haunting as a child since I was alive and a child during the time. These people really define the term Ghost hunters and really stand apart from all the amateur ghost hunters that you see all over Youtube. The world needs more people like this. I wish I had all or some of their gifts. I am curious though, why was some of the stuff in the real basement blurred out?

Author — Rayzer Maniac

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Look in her eyes when she talks and tells her stories so much truth and conviction its truly amazing and gives me goosebumps to think this is all real...

Author — Doubting Thomas

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What an awesome life those two had. I’m sure all of the people they helped are forever grateful. Their stories of the hauntings are interesting and frightening. ✨✨✨ RIP Mr. & Mrs. Warren.❤️❤️❤️

Author — Pamela Garner

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I never fully believed in the paranormal for over two decades, until I saw it for myself. I was in my early 20s; maybe around 23 or 24. I’d already experienced hypnagogic hallucinations, which (for me) are hallucinations that carry over from dreams. I’ve had several before the paranormal experiences occurred. The hallucination I REALLY remember is of a black demon that I saw in a dream that was taunting me. But once I woke up, grabbed for it, and spoke to it, it instantly disappeared and was actually my black adidas hoodie. When I saw my first paranormal entity, it wasn’t something I really thought of nor saw in movies. It was a 3-dimensional figure of a man wearing a fedora and a 1940s-1950s trench coat. I later found out it’s a common phenomenon known as “The Hat Man”.

Author — PurpleJive

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Must admit Patrick Wilson and Vera did a great great job portraying Ed and Lorraine... they are the reason i watched all the conjuring movies.

Author — Chandhan D

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I grew up listening to their stories when they presented their experiences in New England...they are great people. I will never forget they taught us not to be fearful.

Author — Anna TeTia D.

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I remember watching the Warrens on afternoon talk shows, even before the Amityville Horror book and movie. The book really caught people’s attention. Those who saw the movie were well aware of the story.

Author — Silver Star

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I do not believe in this generally BUT when I was around 8-10 years old, I was almost starving. My parents had no money, we did not even have bread. I was crying in my mum's lap late at night praying for help. Suddenly around 11 pm, a guy showed up with a box full of food saying we had signed up for help. The next day I looked up the name of the organization on the box...It did not exist. Idk how to explain this to this day

Author — dusty

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Everybody is a Gangsta till the title shows *"Based on a True Story"*

Author — F.B.I.✪

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James Wan is the key to the franchise success, being an Asian, a Malaysian Chinese who is growing up with a lot of cultural impacts, he knows how asian horror or exorcist in South East Asia. He combined together eastern and western culture and cooked it with Hollywood filming skills, the most obvious of culture mix chemistry showed in Insidious franchise, well done James, well done Warner.

Author — Wayne Thong

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I was fortunate to see one of the Warrens live presentations back in the 90's. They shared a lot of photos of Ghost and what not but the one thing that stood out from their talking is the things they talked about or rather explained about the spiritual world. It was an eye opener and really made sense to not mess with stuff you don't know about or know what can happen to you. The stuff they talked about you can't make up. They were very pleasant people too and just wanted to help others.

Author — Shane Gallagher

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I adore Lorraine and Ed. Lorraine had such a special gift and I believe we ALL have that ability but it's to cultivate it and learn how to close/open/protect. She had such strength and so much love. They both did. I do miss her even though I've never met her. I hope to meet both her and Ed some day on another plain.

Author — Linda Morris

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She's such a loving, caring old lady. You can see how much love and how much she always wanted to help people.

Author — Squiggly Diagram

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They helped a lot of people. Mind you that they do that for free, they only get paid when they go for seminars, conventions mostly held in universities. RIP.

Author — Eryn's Toy Stories