Lorraine Warren the real-life ‘paranormal investigator’ on who horror flick ‘The Conjuring’ was based on has died at the age of 92 in her sleep. Her son-in-law, Tony Spera took to New England Society for Psychic Research’s Facebook page which was founded by Lorraine and her husband Ed Warren in 1952 and announced the heart-breaking news of her death.
On the page he wrote that Lorraine died a peaceful death in her sleep and even at her last day she was laughing and chatting normally, it is said that she died a natural death. The whole Conjuring series was based on her real-life incidents which she faced with her husband when they both used to go to exorcise someone’s home.
Lorraine and her husband Ed use to travel the world to investigate on supernatural phenomena, in 1976 the Warrens investigated Amityville which was haunted at Long Island’s residence on her experience to this place in an interview to Entertainment Weekly she said “it was a very bad place” while some of the other incidents include where once they had to face British werewolf where a family turned the mortuary into their home and was living there which was well shown in the film ‘The Haunting in Connecticut’
Even Vera Farmiga who essayed Lorraine’s role in The Conjuring took to her twitter handle and twitted, “I was so blessed to have known her and am honoured to portray her. She lived her life in grace and cheerfulness.”
My dear friend Lorraine Warren has passed. From a deep feeling of sorrow, a deep feeling of gratitude emerges. I was so blessed to have known her and am honored to portray her. She lived her life in grace and cheerfulness. She wore a helmet of salvation, she dawned her sword... pic.twitter.com/Kn2E6ZO9fL— Vera Farmiga (@VeraFarmiga) April 19, 2019