You’ve probably seen a different version of this doll in “The Conjuring”. The movie was based on a true story, sure. 
So is the doll story at the beginning. 
In 1970, a mother bought an antique raggedy Ann doll from a hobby store. It was a gift for her daughter, Donna, who was in college. She was studying to become a nurse, as well as her roommate, Angie. 
They soon noticed in their peripheral vision, that sometimes the doll would change position, it was subtle, at first.. But as time went on, the doll would be found in entirely different rooms than where they left it. The doll would be found cross legged on a chair or standing upright next to the couch. 
Not only this, but Annabelle could write too. They’d find pieces of paper that read “Help us” or “Help Lou”. The writing seemed to belong to a small child.
One day the doll had moved to Donna’s bed, through inspection  Donna found a blood-like substance on the dolls chest and on the back of its hands. Donna called a Median and a seance was held. The median introduced them to the spirit of Annabelle Higgins. 
Evidently Annabelle lived on the land long before the apartments were built. She was only 7 when she was found dead in the fields. The median said that Annabelle took a liking to Donna and Angie, and wanted to live with them and be loved. Touched by her story, Donna gave Annabelle permission to posses the doll and live with them, which is never a good idea. 
Their friend Lou, however was not very fond of the doll. He told them to get rid of it and they believed him when he was scratched across his chest in a room alone, with the doll. There were seven distinct claw marks, and his shirt was stained with blood. Oddly, the marks healed completely after 2 days. 
They called Father Hegan, who contacted Father Cooke, who called the infamous paranormal detectives, Ed and Lorraine Warren. 
They explained that spirits cannot posses things, they can only posses people. The doll was being manipulated by an inhuman spirit to make it seem like it was possessed to gain recognition. All the spirit wanted was a human vessel. 
They had Father Cooke perform an exorcism on the apartment until they thought no more would happen in the house. The Warrens then took the doll to their home where it would do the exact same things it did to Donna and her roommate. Soon, the Warrens built a special casing for the doll and put it in the Occult Museum, where it resides today.

You’ve probably seen a different version of this doll in “The Conjuring”. The movie was based on a true story, sure.
So is the doll story at the beginning.
In 1970, a mother bought an antique raggedy Ann doll from a hobby store. It was a gift for her daughter, Donna, who was in college. She was studying to become a nurse, as well as her roommate, Angie.
They soon noticed in their peripheral vision, that sometimes the doll would change position, it was subtle, at first.. But as time went on, the doll would be found in entirely different rooms than where they left it. The doll would be found cross legged on a chair or standing upright next to the couch.
Not only this, but Annabelle could write too. They’d find pieces of paper that read “Help us” or “Help Lou”. The writing seemed to belong to a small child.
One day the doll had moved to Donna’s bed, through inspection Donna found a blood-like substance on the dolls chest and on the back of its hands. Donna called a Median and a seance was held. The median introduced them to the spirit of Annabelle Higgins.
Evidently Annabelle lived on the land long before the apartments were built. She was only 7 when she was found dead in the fields. The median said that Annabelle took a liking to Donna and Angie, and wanted to live with them and be loved. Touched by her story, Donna gave Annabelle permission to posses the doll and live with them, which is never a good idea.
Their friend Lou, however was not very fond of the doll. He told them to get rid of it and they believed him when he was scratched across his chest in a room alone, with the doll. There were seven distinct claw marks, and his shirt was stained with blood. Oddly, the marks healed completely after 2 days.
They called Father Hegan, who contacted Father Cooke, who called the infamous paranormal detectives, Ed and Lorraine Warren.
They explained that spirits cannot posses things, they can only posses people. The doll was being manipulated by an inhuman spirit to make it seem like it was possessed to gain recognition. All the spirit wanted was a human vessel.
They had Father Cooke perform an exorcism on the apartment until they thought no more would happen in the house. The Warrens then took the doll to their home where it would do the exact same things it did to Donna and her roommate. Soon, the Warrens built a special casing for the doll and put it in the Occult Museum, where it resides today.

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When Cliff Barlow was 7 years old, he moved into a new house with his young parents and baby brother. He liked his new house, all except for the basement of course. He thought it was creepy. 

He used to always hear a tapping noise. The highlight was when his mother told him to go there to pick up some laundry, and he went and heard voices.

After that day, he never went back in ever again. 

One day his life and his parents life, came shattering down. His baby brother went missing. In his crib was a ransom note saying “pay $20,000 or else the baby dies.” His parents contacted the police and they did everything they could but the baby was never found. 

Cliff’s happy life came to a halt. He was robbed of an innocent childhood and a younger brother. He became miserable as did his parents. 

20 years later, Cliff was driving along the road. He passed by his former house. Angry at all of it, and how that one night changed so much, he went back to the house to give it a visit. 

He went to the basement, and furious as ever he punched the wall. To his surprise, the wall came crumbling down. 

Bones

Bones

EVERYWHERE

Skeletons of little children. There must’ve been 20-30 of them. He could even see bite marks of their little hands. And the worst part? They were all missing their skulls. 

Police later called and identified one of the skeletons as his little brother. 

To this day, the person who did this remains unidentified.

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