Lorraine Warren, the paranormal investigator whose work inspired the Conjuring Universe has passed away at age 92.
Her grandson, Chris McKinnell reported that she passed away quitely and peacefully in her bed. He also added she was ‘happy and laughing’ until the very end.
Lorraine and her husband, Ed, who passed away in 2006, were world-renowned paranormal hunters. Based on their work, 17 films in the Amityville Horror series and 5 in The Conjuring Universe were adapted.
Netizens are mourning the loss of this ghost hunter.
Maybe she will finally get to meet Ed.— Havehadthetravelbug (@gspowers) April 20, 2019
May her spirit find comfort and rest on the other side.— happyguyone (@happy20268771) April 20, 2019
Rip #LorraineWarren. Certainly an interesting individual.— Lindsey (@IvoryNeptune) April 20, 2019
#TheConjuring saga loses today its most important pillar. 😢#RIPLorraineWarren 😢— vanell (@vanell30) April 19, 2019
such sad news but she’s reunited with the love of her life, Ed. Prayers going out to all of her family and friends. #lorrainewarren #thewarrens #TheConJuring— Courtney Head ♦️🃏 (@CourtneyEHead) April 19, 2019
😢😢😢 Wishing peace & light to her family today 🌷💜— KristyLeighLuss (@KristyLeighLuss) April 19, 2019
May she rest in peace.