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To understand this fear we need to delve into the origins of Annabelle the doll and peel away the sensationalized layers of Hollywood horror to reveal the true story of Annabelle, which begins with a well-meaning birthday present.

The true story of Annabelle began in the s when an inconspicuous doll was purchased as a birthday present. The doll was gifted to a young nursing student by her mother.

The young lady who received this doll kept her within her apartment as a decorative item, often displaying the doll on her bed after making it.

Soon after the doll was brought into the home, her new owner and her roommate started noticing some strange activity.

It is said that the doll would move around on its own. This steadily increased to the point that the doll would be seen in other rooms to where it was earlier left.

It was even captured kneeling, which was physically impossible for the doll to later repeat. In addition to these unexplainable movements, small handwritten notes began to be found around the apartment.

This behavior both concerned and intrigued the two young students who lived alongside the doll. Yet, their concern peaked after blood was discovered on the doll one day.

This was held in an attempt to uncover whether something paranormal was at play. During this seance, the medium allegedly communicated with the spirit of a young seven-year-old girl named Annabelle Higgins.

Annabelle had supposedly been killed and left on the empty field where the apartment complex the young nurses now lived was built upon. Her spirit was allegedly lonely and had been looking for young people who she felt comfortable around to seek acceptance from.

After Annabelle was invited to occupy the doll and hang around, stranger and more dangerous events began to take place.

Donna and Angie began to discover the doll in different rooms than they had left it. It would even appear back in Donna's room with the door shut.

Sometimes they found the doll with its legs crossed and its arms folded, while on other occasions it was found standing on its feet, leaning against a dining room chair.

They even discovered it kneeling on a chair, which was strange because if they tried to make the doll kneel on its own, it would fall over.

It couldn't kneel. Like in the movie, the owner is said to have discovered the doll in different positions and rooms. However, the owner was a nursing student who lived with a roommate, not a pregnant married couple.

As stated in The Demonologist book , strange activity involving the real Annabelle doll had been going on for about a year before paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren became involved in the case and eventually took the doll into their possession.

According to the story told by Ed and Lorraine Warren, a former owner of the Annabelle doll, Donna, claimed that she would come home to find penciled messages written in childlike writing on parchment paper.

What made the messages even more strange was that Donna did not have parchment paper in the apartment and had no idea where it came from. Like what is shown in The Conjuring movie , the real Annabelle doll supposedly left messages on scraps of parchment paper.

In real life, they were said to have been written in pencil, not crayon. Yes, at least according to the Warrens' story, it did. Demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren claim that the doll's original owner, Donna, a nursing student, came home from work to find what looked like blood on the back of the doll's hand and three drops of blood on its chest.

There was no explanation for how the red substance had gotten there. This event is what prompted the doll's owner, Donna, to contact a medium for help.

In a somewhat unrelated event in the Annabelle movie, we see blood from a dying cult member drip into the doll's eye socket pictured earlier.

The medium became involved weeks after the paranormal activity first began. Apparently, Annabelle's lifeless body had been discovered in the fields.

Out of compassion, Donna and Angie permitted the spirit that they thought was that of Annabelle to stay with them and possess the doll.

It should be noted here that the above version of the story, which is presented in The Demonologist book and is currently featured on the website of paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren, differs from the version of the story told by Ed Warren in a s video tour of his Occult Museum.

In the video, Ed states that the medium told Donna that Annabelle had died in an automobile accident outside Donna and Angie's apartment.

Ed states that Annabelle was six, not seven. During the video, he also says that the Raggedy Ann Doll was given to Donna by her mother as a Christmas present, not a birthday present as The Demonologist book states.

Are these contradictions enough to raise doubt with regard to the authenticity of the Warrens' story? The Annabelle movie true story reveals no evidence that the possessed doll was ever responsible for starting a kitchen fire.

In fact, the entire sequence involving the fire is fictional. The demon never caused a stove to turn on, resulting in a bag of stove top popcorn to overcook and explode into flames.

At the same time, the doll's owner never injured her finger on a sewing machine. The demon also never dragged the owner across the floor back toward the fire.

The demon attached to the Annabelle doll never started a kitchen fire. Yes, but not to the degree shown in the movie. Lou wasn't fond of the doll and warned Donna that it was evil.

One night, Lou awoke suddenly from a deep sleep and realized that he was unable to move. He saw the Annabelle doll at his feet and watched as it slowly glided up his leg and over his chest.

Before he knew it, the doll had begun to strangle him until he blacked out. He woke up the next morning certain that his experience wasn't a dream.

On a later occasion, Lou and Angie were studying maps to prepare for a trip Lou was embarking on the next day when they heard rustling noises coming from Donna's room.

Lou approached the closed door and waited for the noises to stop before entering. He turned on the light and saw Annabelle laying on the floor in a corner.

He walked over to the doll, but as he did, he began to sense that someone was behind him. He spun around but no one was there.

In an instant, he found himself doubled over, grabbing his chest, which was now bleeding. Upon inspection, he discovered seven claw-like scratches on his chest four horizontal and three vertical that were hot like burns.

The scratches healed rapidly and were fully gone in two days. In the movie, John and Mia's neighbor, Evelyn Alfre Woodard , owns a local bookstore where Mia looks for books on ghosts.

Looking down at his feet he saw the doll, Annabelle. It began to slowly glide up his leg, moved over his chest and then stopped.

Within seconds the doll was strangling him. Paralysed and gasping for breath and at the point of asphyxiation, he blacked out.

The next terrifying encounter he experienced occurred when he and Angie were alone in the flat preparing for a road trip the next day. He discovered the room was empty except for the doll which looked like it had been hurriedly tossed into the corner.

He began to search the room for anything out of place, but as he got close to the doll he got the distinct impression that somebody was behind him.

Spinning around he was surprised to find that nobody else was there. Then in flash he found himself grabbing for his chest, doubled over and bleeding.

On his chest were seven distinct claw marks, three vertically and four horizontally, all were hot like burns.

Finally willing to believe that the spirit was not that of a young girl, Donna contacted a priest named Father Cooke who immediately contacted the Warrens.

Ed and Lorraine Warren were already well known for their paranormal investigation into the notorious Amityville case. After speaking to the roommates, Ed and Lorraine came to the conclusion that the doll was not possessed but instead, was being manipulated by an inhuman presence using the doll to create the illusion of it being alive.

By bringing a medium into the apartment to communicate with it, the demonic spirit was then able to communicate and prey on the girls emotional vulnerabilities by pretending to be a harmless, lost young girl.

The Warrens believed that the next stage of the demonic infestation phenomenon would have been complete human possession.

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There was no explanation for how the red substance had gotten there. This event is what prompted the doll's owner, Donna, to contact a medium for help.

In a somewhat unrelated event in the Annabelle movie, we see blood from a dying cult member drip into the doll's eye socket pictured earlier.

The medium became involved weeks after the paranormal activity first began. Apparently, Annabelle's lifeless body had been discovered in the fields.

Out of compassion, Donna and Angie permitted the spirit that they thought was that of Annabelle to stay with them and possess the doll.

It should be noted here that the above version of the story, which is presented in The Demonologist book and is currently featured on the website of paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren, differs from the version of the story told by Ed Warren in a s video tour of his Occult Museum.

In the video, Ed states that the medium told Donna that Annabelle had died in an automobile accident outside Donna and Angie's apartment.

Ed states that Annabelle was six, not seven. During the video, he also says that the Raggedy Ann Doll was given to Donna by her mother as a Christmas present, not a birthday present as The Demonologist book states.

Are these contradictions enough to raise doubt with regard to the authenticity of the Warrens' story? The Annabelle movie true story reveals no evidence that the possessed doll was ever responsible for starting a kitchen fire.

In fact, the entire sequence involving the fire is fictional. The demon never caused a stove to turn on, resulting in a bag of stove top popcorn to overcook and explode into flames.

At the same time, the doll's owner never injured her finger on a sewing machine. The demon also never dragged the owner across the floor back toward the fire.

The demon attached to the Annabelle doll never started a kitchen fire. Yes, but not to the degree shown in the movie. Lou wasn't fond of the doll and warned Donna that it was evil.

One night, Lou awoke suddenly from a deep sleep and realized that he was unable to move. He saw the Annabelle doll at his feet and watched as it slowly glided up his leg and over his chest.

Before he knew it, the doll had begun to strangle him until he blacked out. He woke up the next morning certain that his experience wasn't a dream.

On a later occasion, Lou and Angie were studying maps to prepare for a trip Lou was embarking on the next day when they heard rustling noises coming from Donna's room.

Lou approached the closed door and waited for the noises to stop before entering. He turned on the light and saw Annabelle laying on the floor in a corner.

He walked over to the doll, but as he did, he began to sense that someone was behind him. He spun around but no one was there.

In an instant, he found himself doubled over, grabbing his chest, which was now bleeding. Upon inspection, he discovered seven claw-like scratches on his chest four horizontal and three vertical that were hot like burns.

The scratches healed rapidly and were fully gone in two days. In the movie, John and Mia's neighbor, Evelyn Alfre Woodard , owns a local bookstore where Mia looks for books on ghosts.

Evelyn is an entirely fictional character. Furthermore, no one ever sacrificed themselves in order to offer their soul to the demon that was supposedly controlling the doll.

Alfre Woodard's character, Evelyn, is entirely fictional. No one ever sacrificed themselves to give their soul to the demon. Paranormal researcher Ed Warren believes that the doll has been responsible for at least one death.

During a video tour of Ed and Lorraine Warren's Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut, Ed pointed out the Raggedy Ann doll in its case, "Many of the objects in this room here have had dire effects on people.

People have been maimed, have been killed. People have wound up in mental institutions because of many of the things that are right in this building here.

You have the voodoo dolls, you have the Raggedy Ann Doll, which was responsible for the death of a young man who came in here one time, who challenged the doll to do its worst and it did.

As Ed Warren was giving the tour, the young man started to mock the doll and while doing so, he ran up and began tapping on the glass of the case that the doll is enclosed in.

He challenged the doll to put scratches on him like it had supposedly done in the past to a man named Lou, who had been friends with the doll's former owner, Donna.

Ed kicked the young man out of the museum. Approximately three hours later, the young man died when he lost control of his motorcycle and hit a tree.

His girlfriend survived but remained hospitalized for over a year. The year is and soon to be registered nurse Donna has just received an antique Raggedy Ann doll from her mother for her birthday.

She takes the doll back to her shared apartment with her roommate and fellow nurse, Angie. Both girls fawn over the cute smiling doll when it arrives but quickly forget its existence as it becomes part of the decor.

Only days later, both girls start to notice that the doll seems to not only move from room to room but also change positions on its own. Donna would sometimes leave the doll in the living room only to come home to find the doll on her bed with the door closed.

The doll was often found with its legs crossed or standing on both feet but it was never left in those positions, to begin with. Lou was a long-time friend to both Donna and Angie and at the time it was unclear why the doll had written his name specifically.

Donna had just come home to find that the doll had moved again, this time to her bed. This time, something a bit more was off about the doll than just its changing position.

Upon further inspection, Donna found to her horror that the doll had drops of a blood-like substance on its chest and hands.

Nearly petrified with fear, Donna and Angie agreed they needed help and called a medium. Through this medium, the girls would learn about the now infamous Annabelle Higgins.

Before the apartment complex where the girls lived was built, there was just a field and a small house.

The medium relayed to the sympathetic Donna and Angie, that Annabelle just wanted to stay and be loved. Without question, Donna allowed the spirit of Annabelle to stay in the Raggedy Ann doll.

From the very beginning, Lou had disliked the cheery doll, even saying it was evil and he urged Donna and Angie to get rid of it as soon as it arrived.

Both girls continuously refused since they felt such compassion for both the doll and Annabelle. Lou, on the other hand, had nothing but terrifying experiences when it came to the Annabelle doll.

One night, Lou awoke to find that he could not move his body. Panic-stricken, he looked toward the end of the bed and saw the doll standing there.

Seconds later, Lou felt the pressure of hands around his throat and was choked almost to the point of asphyxiation. Lou woke the next day terrified and convinced it had not been a dream or sleep paralysis.

This would not be his only encounter with Annabelle. These formed the mark of the beast with 3 vertical and four horizontal scratch-like marks having been burnt into his skin.

It seemed apparent that something a little more sinister than a lost, little girl may be haunting Annabelle and this young group of friends became increasingly desperate for answers and help.

Since these troubling events had transpired, the young girls who were living with Annabelle decided to reach out to the church for help.

After telling their story, the young women were soon referred to Ed and Lorraine Warren for assistance.

The Warrens were renowned demonologists who had extensive knowledge in such matters and had worked on countless similar cases.

It seemed that the entity would have no other motive than to acquire a human host for possession and thus, should be removed from the home.

These issues only ceased after Ed doused the doll with holy water. Continuing to move on its own and terrorize those who were unfortunate enough to come into contact with it.

The doll is displayed within a glass case, lined with crosses and protective bible inscriptions. Annabelle, along with the entire Occult Museum, is also regularly blessed by a priest.

Despite all of these precautions, Annabelle has been said to have caused the death of a young man. It is said that this man entered the museum, along with his girlfriend, and challenged the doll against the advice of Ed.

After their visit, as they drove away on a motorcycle, this young couple proceeded to continue laughing about Annabelle.

The young man driving then unexpectedly lost control of his bike, crashed and then died. Many are of the belief that Annabelle may have somehow caused this crash.

The latest film installment in The Conjuring franchise is set to release featuring Annabelle.

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