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In Remembrance


Ed and Lorraine Warren

For over fifty years now, Ed and Lorraine Warren have been considered America's preeminent experts on the subject of spirits and demonology. Even more important perhaps, is the fact that they have also been the very same people for the past fifty years whom religious authorities have repeatedly called in to control some of the most profane outbreaks of diabolical phenomena in the country. Cases where priests become possessed. Cases where people are physically attacked. Cases where unworldly entities manifest and then preside. Cases where time is violated and the physical environment is completely rearranged. Cases where spirits don't just haunt a house, they visibly tear it apart.

Ed and Lorraine Warren have dedicated their lives to this work, and in this book they share the wisdom they have gained during their extraordinary career in this field. The work they perform is remarkable. And you can be certain, after all this time, they know things that are completely astounding. The cases they divulge will shock you; yet it is the significance of what they say that will actually floor you. Moreover, the Warrens don't mince words. They know what they're talking about. They have seen it. They have done it. And in this book they reveal both the methods and the motives behind spirit activity; indeed they reveal what really breaks the peace in haunted houses, and precisely what it means to you. Both now and forever.

Ed Warren is a demonologist. Lorraine Warren is a trance medium. But you'd never know it if you met them on the street. They are not occultists. They are not strange. They are essentially ordinary people who happen to do highly extraordinary work. And though the Warrens have no ax to grind, their orientation is distinctly religious. For in reality, that is the only way it is possible to function in this work. Because that which they confront are not vaporous, indistinct phantoms that simply come and go in the night. The forces they confront are religious entities that - by their own admission - exist for the sheer purpose of opposing the works of God. These forces are formidable. They are eternal. And they exist today. In a world that scoffs at ghosts and laughs at the unusual, the Warrens deliver a contrary message. That message is this: The fairy tale is true. The devil exists. God exists. And for us, as people, our very destiny hinges upon which one we elect to follow.
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That's Fine, But The Army Does.

In The Demonologist the Warrens explain how to identify a ghost, and what to do about it. The problem is, sometimes people's lives are affected by a ghost and they don't even know it. Such was the case at West Point a few years ago, when a mischievous spirit began acting up in the com- manding general's home at the academy. The spirit first made its appearance when it walked through the wall of a barracks room, scaring the life out of the cadets who saw it. Later on though, its actions turned into a high security issue. The ghost began stealing items from VIPs who visited the mansion on social occasions.

Time and again the ghost put the general and his wife in a most embar- assing position requiring them to apologize for a situation they knew nothing about. The ghost had a problem, which it had been carrying for two hundred years. Lorraine Warren was able to communicate with it and found out its name. Read what the ghost did to the commanding general at West Point, and who won that little war.