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This is about the film version. For the real-life doll, see Annabelle the Doll
Annabelle the Doll is the secondary antagonist of the 2013 film The Conjuring and the titular main antagonist of the 2014 spin-off/prequel Annabelle. She is a poreclain doll possessed by a demonic spirit, and is one of the artifacts taken by paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren during one of their cases. Annabelle is considered their most dangerous and haunted item, and has a habit of moving around unseen.
Annabelle first came into possession of the Warrens when they were called in to investigate a case involving her. The subjects were two girls and a young man who had bought the doll. They explained that Annabelle had tricked them into thinking the doll was possessed by the spirit of a young girl, and that after they allowed Annabelle to move in, the doll had began terrorizing them. The Warrens explained that Annabelle was truly possessed by a demonic entity, and revealed that it had intended to possess one of its owners. Annabelle was promptly taken in by the Warrens and kept in a glass case, not to be opened.
Three years later, Annabelle was released from her case by Bathsheba Sherman, a spirit who was involved in the haunting of the Perron family. Bathsheba had sought revenge against the Warrens for investigating the house, and went to the Warren household and released Annabelle. The two spirits then terrorized the Warrens young daughter Judy, culminating in throwing a rocking chair at her. However, Ed arrived and rescued Judy before she could be seriously harmed. Annabelle was later found mysteriously back in her case afterwards.
- Unlike the doll that Annabelle is based on, which was a Raggedy Ann Doll, the film version is a porcelain doll.
- A sequel to Annabelle is to be released on May 19, 2017.