Of things that go bump in the dark…
Paranormal investigator and clairvoyant Lorraine Warren wowed crowds in Monroe and Shelton with her stories from the field investigating things that go bump in the night. At Monroe’s Masuk High School, Warren spoke to an audience of more that 770 people, many of them who have seen “The Conjuring,” which is based on one of Warren’s investigations from the 1970s. After the talk, Warren signed copies of her hard-to-find “The Demonologist.” The book signing and questions from her audience kept Warren rooted to the stage for more than an hour after her talk.
Read Connecticut Post Staff Writer MariAn Gail Brown’s story about Warren, her career and her occult museum in tomorrow’s Connecticut Post (online later today).
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