Curious spirits descend on Warren Occult Museum, get fined for trespassing

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A Knollwood Street resident reported three cars parked at the late ghost hunter Lorraine Warren’s house and a group of people walking around the property Sunday evening.

The property also houses the Warren Occult Museum, which was closed. Two people in the group were issued fines for simple trespass.

“We have gotten calls over the years of people trespassing on the property,” said Police Lt. Stephen Corrone.

The incident was reported just before 7 p.m.

Lorraine R. Warren died in April at age 92. She and her late husband Ed founded the New England Society for Psychic Research in 1952.

“Called ‘America’s top Ghost hunters’ the team was often asked to assist in numerous police investigations involving satanic ritualistic murders and were in high demand by hundreds of colleges and universities to speak on the subject of the supernatural,” according to Warren’s obituary.

The couple was the inspiration for what is now known as “The Conjuring Universe,” a series of feature motion pictures, which includes “The Conjuring,” “The Conjuring 2,” “Annabelle,” “Annabelle Creation,” “Annabelle Comes Home” and “The Nun.” A third Conjuring film will begin filming this summer.

Tony Spera, the Warren’s son-in-law, now runs the New England Society for Psychic Research.

Thief draws money from bank account 

A Meadowlark Circle woman reported the theft of $4,652 from her business banking account at TD Bank Friday.

Police said four withdrawals were made for $850, $1,500, $852 and $1,450.

The woman contacted her bank and received copies of the fraudulent checks, police said.

Police are investigating the incident.

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