Family and friends are gathering to say goodbye to famous paranormal investigator, Lorraine Warren.
Her obituary says she is being remembered as a paranormal researcher, a ghost hunter, and beloved wife and mother.
Lorraine Warren died at her Monroe home on Thursday.
With her husband Edward Warren, they founded the New England Society for Psychic Research in 1952. The couple was dubbed ‘America’s Top Ghost Hunters’ and wrote more than ten books.
Their work inspired the movies ‘The Conjuring’, ‘Annabelle’, and ‘The Nun.’ They also worked on ‘The Amityville Horror film as consultants.
When Lorraine wasn’t working on the supernatural, she loved animals, rescued them, and donated to numerous charities.
In lieu of flowers, they asked everyone to donate to the animal charity of their choice.
She leaves behind children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and even a great great granddaughter. She was 92.
She will be laid to rest at the St. Stephens Church in Trumbull at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.