Click here to add text. Director - Tony Spera
Copyright © 2010 Ed & Lorraine Warren. All rights reserved.
Unless otherwise indicated, all materials on these pages are copyrighted by Ed & Lorraine Warren TM. All rights reserved. No part of these pages, either text or image may be used for any purpose other than personal use. Therefore, reproduction, modification, storage in a retrieval system or retransmission, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical or otherwise, for reasons other than personal use, is strictly prohibited without prior written permission.
The New England Society For Psychic Research
Ed Warren was a U. S. Navy veteran of World War II having served in both the Pacific and European Theatres. On North Atlantic convoy his merchant marine ship was shot out from under him and was one of the few survivors of that fiery sinking. After the war, Ed attended art school in New Haven and later sold many of his paintings, mostly depictions of haunted houses and New England winter scenes, which led to his life-long work in metaphysical subjects.
Often billing themselves as "Seekers of The Supernatural", Ed and Lorraine Warren lectured together throughout the United States and enjoyed particular fame in England, Japan, and Australia. In their capacity as psychic investigators the Warrens were among a select handful of professionals asked to investigate the Amityville Horror Case, and were consultants on the first Amityville Horror film.
Ed Warren was a demonologist, one of only seven religious demonologists in the country. He was also an avid animal lover and advocate, having rescued and raised numerous orphaned animals over the years.
When once asked if he feared death, Ed Warren remarked,..
"No, I don’t fear death, not one iota, I know I’ll be going to a beautiful place, a place so spectacular it defies words."
Their Hearts were Full of spring
TributeBy Tony Spera
Ed Warren- Farewell My Friend
TributeBy Tony Spera
Photo courtesy of Barron and Raz Ziegler
Museum tour/graveyard walk/dinner event