Lorraine Warren, the woman whose life inspired “The Conjuring” has died at the age of 92.
Warren was a real-life “paranormal investigator” whose casework was used in creating the popular “Conjuring” horror franchise. She reportedly died quietly and peacefully earlier this week, according to her grandson.
Warren and her husband, Ed, who died in 2006, were world-renowned paranormal investigators whose casework sparked James Wan to create the horror films. A case studied by the two also inspired the 1977 book, “The Amityville Horror,” as well as the 1979 horror film of the same name and the 2005 remake.