Case #132a: Haunted Dolls
1 hr 8 min

Annabelle is an allegedly haunted doll housed in the occult museum of the paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren


Join the ovpod crew as we talk about why we find dolls creepy, the history of human doll making, and arguably the most famous haunted doll; Annabelle.


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Annabelle, Haunted, Doll, Ed Warren, Lorraine Warren, Conjuring, Occult, Museum, Paranormal, Psychic, Amityville, Enfeild Poltergeist, Demons, Prayers, Catholic, Exorcism



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