Connecticut’s Occult Museum Could Be Hazardous to Your Health
Hundreds of the curious from across the world have visited The Warren's Occult Museum over the years.
According to The Daily Beast, they come to see the "Shadow Doll" that can come to you in your dreams. They travel thousands of miles to experience the "Satanic Idol" found in the deep woods of Connecticut and they dare to view "The Annabelle Doll," who many say terrorized a family for months.
The Museum of the Occult can be found underneath the home of Ed and Lorraine Warren, the country's leading experts on supernatural phenomena.
"It's the largest array of haunted artifacts and items that have been used in occult practices around the world," Lorraine told The Daily Beast.
The museum is filled with voodoo dolls, satanic altars, mummies, magic mirrors, etc.
There is a prominently displayed rag doll under a cross displayed with bold letters that proclaims, "Positively Do Not Open!"
The doll, named "Annabelle," is said to be haunted by the spirit of a young girl and was featured in the 2013 horror film, The Conjuring. You'll be relieved to know that the doll has been exorcised and lives in a cage, but it's been said that the doll still moves around and growls at visitors.
For more information on Ed and Lorraine Warren, the Occult Museum and the New England Society for Psychic Research, click here if you dare!
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