Lorraine Warren, Paranormal Investigator and Subject of ‘The Conjuring,’ Dies at 92

Lorraine Warren, Paranormal Investigator and Subject of ‘The Conjuring,’ Dies at 92
Lorraine Warren, the famed investigator of paranormal activity who researched the “Amityville Horror” hauntings and was the subject of James Wan’s film “The Conjuring,” has died. She was 92.

Warren passed away “quietly and peacefully” in her sleep Thursday night, according to Facebook posts by Warren’s grandson Chris McKinnell and the New England Society for Psychic Research.

“She lived her life in grace and cheerfulness,” actress Vera Farmiga (above right), who portrayed Warren in “The Conjuring,” wrote on Twitter. “She wore a helmet of salvation, she dawned her sword compassion, and took a shield of faith. Righteousness was her breastplate, and she has touched my life so. Love you Lorraine. You’re waltzing with Ed now.”

Along with her husband Ed, who passed away in 2006, Warren was a self-professed clairvoyant and light trance medium
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