From the Files of America's Top Ghost Hunters

An Official Site, personally approved by Lorraine Warren

Over 60 years of experience and dedication

Rev. Father James J. Anziano
Archivist for the files of Ed and Lorraine Warren

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AS I HAVE OFTEN SAID TO MY DEAR WIFE,
IGNORE THE RANTING AND RAVINGS OF THE ATHEISTS,
THE SKEPTICS, THE SO CALLED NON BELIEVERS,
BECAUSE YOU AND I MY DEAR,
WE KNOW WE HAVE THE EVIDENCE FROM A LIFETIME OF INVESTIGATIONS.
WE ARE HAPPY AND CONTENT IN THE BELIEF THAT
GOD DID NOT CREATE HUMAN BEINGS,
HIS MOST WONDERFUL CREATION,
TO LET THEM DISAPPEAR INTO OBLIVION.
WE KNOW A MOST WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE AWAITS US AND OUR LOVED ONES
AT THE MOMENT OF DEATH OF OUR PHYSICAL BODIES -
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL WORLDS WILL OPEN UP TO US.
THE ATHEIST AND CLOSE MIND PERSON HAS NOTHING MORE
THAN SIX FEET OF DIRT TO LOOK FORWARD TO.
YOU AND I MY DEAR WILL BE TOGETHER FOR EVER.

EDWARD WARREN, RELIGIOUS DEMONOLOGIST

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The bedroom turns icy cold while screams and moans are heard in the night.

The bed shakes and objects are thrown across the room by unseen forces.

Ghostly figures of the long dead or recent dead walk forebodingly through walls

and stare in the darkness. Where most people would run out of the house,

Ed and Lorraine Warren have walked into situations like these.

In fact, they have been invited, and many times begged to come

as they were the only ones who could/would help.

And that is why they are called

“America’s #1 Ghost Busters”

 

 


This is an official website for Lorraine Warren and we will present

The files of Ed and Lorraine Warren

and at times, Lorraine’s own personal recollections.

Rev. Father James J Anziano

Archivist for Lorraine Warren for the files of Ed and Lorraine Warren

Harvest Moon, Monroe, CT September 2014

 

 

Edward Warren born September 7, 1926

Edward Warren born September 7, 1926

Last night at Mass, Lorraine and I (along with the kids) remembered Ed. It was a beautiful day. We were able to pray at Regina Laudis Monastery  (always the highlight of our week) and we thank the Sisters for remembering Ed in their prayers. We also had hot dogs at Denmo’s and shared good company with an Episcopal priest and his lovely wife. A visit to the gravesite at sunset was peaceful.  

Faith and Church are an important part of our lives.  Our faith in Jesus Christ and the fellowship we share in the community of the Church is an anchor in our lives. We do not live in fear, for Christ is with us. When bad times come, we know Christ will not leave us alone. When there is loss, we see beyond the grave and live in the sure hope of the Resurrection.