Many know Lorraine Warren from the TV series Paranormal State but she and late huband Ed were the first demonologists to make international fame after the release of The Amityville Horror in the 70s. The Warrens recently had another film released about one of their haunting cases called The Conjuring in 2013 which was voted the scariest flim of the year.
The Warrens investigated hundreds of cases and by far one of the most tragic is the case that A Haunting in Connecticut was based on. The Connecticut story is doubly tragic because the family that endured the torment from demonic and other evil spirits were taking care of their teenage boy who was in chemotherapy for terminal cancer as well as financial strain. Watch Lorraine Warren talk about A Haunting in Connecticut in attached video interview.
The home they rented to be closer to the hospital was once a funeral home and their ill son had his room in the area where they prepped the bodies for burial. He exhibited signs of demonic oppression and eventually minor possession. They dealt with poltergeist activity which included electrical problems and items being thrown around the room. Eventually the entire family slept in the downstairs living room for safety but even there, their children were levitated in their sleep and their perception was manipulated so they would have horrific visions of blood and entities.
The family was forced to leave but not before they endured a hell on earth. To see other cases about the Warrens, visit: http://www.examiner.com/article/scariest-movie-of-2013-the-conjuring-is-based-on-a-true-story
For more articles by author Renee Roland, See: http://www.examiner.com/strange-facts-in-norfolk/renee-roland http://www.examiner.com/where-are-they-now-1-in-national/renee-roland and http://www.examiner.com/movie-in-norfolk/renee-roland