Don't worry - the Annabelle doll hasn't escaped from the hidden Warns Museum

Don't worry - the Annabelle doll hasn't escaped from the hidden Warns Museum
If you've watched the horror film series "The Conjuring," you already know just how amazing Annabelle's haunted doll is.

On Friday, some netizens were convinced that the doll had "run away" from the mysterious Warns Museum, located in Monroe, Connecticut. But other reports say this is not the case.

According to an article from Newsweek, the rumor of Annabelle's alleged escape began after a netizen changed Annabelle's Wikipedia page, claiming that she escaped from the museum Friday morning. The Wikipedia page has since been corrected.

The museum closed for zoning violation late last year, and according to Newsweek, the doll is no longer on display. Annabelle is currently in the possession of Tony Spira, Edward and Lauren Warren's son-in-law.

If you are not familiar with the story behind Annabelle, or if you haven't watched "The Conjuring," this is a totally haunting story.

Annabelle was initially owned by two women who claimed the doll was "moving in their apartment" and were leaving written notes, according to Newsweek. Then the owners of the doll made psychological counseling.

Some paranormal experts claim the doll was associated with a demonic spirit, posing as a child, according to Newsweek reports. Ultimately, the doll is in Warrens' possession, resulting in Annabelle being placed in their museum before it is closed.

Even on Warren's first ride with the doll, Newsweek said the couple claimed they were in serious danger and believed Annabelle had caused their car's brakes to malfunction.

Although the escape was little more than a hoax, some of the reactions on social media have been invaluable.

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