Loraine Warren, a professional paranormal investigator passed away at the age of 92, on the 18th of April, in Monroe, the United States (US.)
The news of her death broke out after, the New England Society of Psychic Research (NESPR,) a Facebook page created by Warrens posted about her demise. The NESPR is headed by Tony Spera, the son in law of Warrens.
The post states, “The NESPR team regretfully announces the passing of our loving teacher, mentor, friend, mother, Lorraine.”
Chris McKinnell, the grandson of Lorraine took to his Facebook and confirmed her demise. His post says, “Last night my grandmother, Lorraine Warren, quietly and peacefully left us to join her beloved Ed. She was happy and laughing until the very end. She was my angel and my hero, and she will be deeply missed.”
He further added, “Please join us in celebrating her life and honoring her beautiful soul. Remember to treasure those you love while you can. Thank you and God bless you all.”
Lorraine Warren started her career as a paranormal investigator in 1952 with her husband Edward Warren Miney.
Edward was a demonologist, author, and lecturer, whereas Lorraine was self taught clairvoyant and the couple used to travel and investigate paranormal activities across the world. They founded the NESPR and were famous paranormal investigators.
The Warrens also created a small museum, where they kept all the scary objects from their investigations, including the real Annabelle doll of the movie, Annabelle and Annabelle Creations.
Mr. and Mrs. Warrens were the ones who investigated the real case of the famous movie, The Conjuring, which was later turned into The Conjuring series.
The couple travelled the world and collected numerous paranormal investigations stories, which were later introduced to the people in the form of movies or books, such as The Amityville Horror, released in 1977, The Haunting in Connecticut and The Werewolf.