The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren - Art and Apparations Summary & Analysis

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Art and Apparations Summary and Analysis

The author begins by noting there are only seven demonologists in North America. Six are ordained clergymen, and the other is Ed Warren. Ed admits he saw his first ghost as a child, and after that, sought more information about the supernatural. His Catholic upbringing made him realize he was special in his abilities. He also recalls a dream of a nun, telling him he would someday assist priests. Year later, his father informed him the dream was about an aunt he had never met who passed away before his birth. Three blocks away, Lorraine grew up as a clairvoyant, with a knowledge of future events. When she was twelve, she was punished at her private religious school for claiming to see the future, and she realized her gift was unnatural. Ed and Lorraine married at eighteen...

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