The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren - A Conjuring Book for Christmas and Of Unworldy Origin Summary & Analysis

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A Conjuring Book for Christmas and Of Unworldy Origin Summary and Analysis

In "A Conjuring Book for Christmas," the Warrens receive a call from Judy Hillman, who reports a desperate need for help. Lorraine tries to call the woman back, but there is severe interference on the line. The Warrens note that often, when malevolent spirits are involved, telephone lines do not work properly. Lorraine and Ed visit the family the following day, and discover the children are the victims of attacks by spirits. Lorraine goes to psychically explore the home while Ed interviews the family. It is revealed that the mother, Jean, had given a summoning book to her daughter, Dee, for Christmas, and that Dee used a few of the spells. Dee reports that one evening, when her parents were out, the facets came on...

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