As Americans, most of us are fascinated with haunted objects and the spirit world. There are so many stories and even television shows about the supernatural realm that keep us glued to our books and television sets. Currently number one at the box office, Annabelle: Creation is a thrilling movie for those who are intrigued with haunted dolls and the paranormal. If you enjoyed watching the original Annabelle film, then you will find Annabelle: Creation to be even more interesting.
When the Mullins open their home to a group of orphaned girls, it seems like an idyllic setting. The girls are happy with their new surroundings, but there are also secrets in this home where evil lurks. As the girls explore their new large home, Mr. Mullins warns them never to open the door of a mysterious room. However, a sweet and curious orphan, who is stricken with polio, goes into the room and discovers a doll in the closet, Annabelle. After the doll is found, all the girls experience frequent hauntings. The Mullins dark family secret is revealed as the doll, Annabelle, serves as a conduit for the spirit of their dead daughter.
Annabelle is a doll that truly exists. She is currently stored in a glass box at the Warrens’ Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. Along with many other haunted objects that reside at the museum, this doll is the most popular. According to the legend, she was responsible for the death of at least one individual. It is also believed that she attacked a man and haunted a family. Some people think that here is still negative energy attached to this doll.