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Lorraine Warren Dead at Ninety-Two

Lorraine Warren—who with her late husband “investigated” alleged demon-possessed houses—died at ninety-two on April 19, 2019. The couple—real names Edward Warren Miney (1926–2006) and Lorraine Rita Warren (1927–2019)—founded New England Society for Psychic Research allegedly as early as 1952. Ed would claim to be a “Demonologist”; his business card with that title appeared to represent his total qualifications. For her part, Lorraine was a self-professed “Clairvoyant” who claimed to make otherworldly contacts—with ghosts and demons, even one masquerading as a werewolf, and, on one occasion, a telepathic Bigfoot.

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