\'This skull is different than the others. 👀 It\'s locked in a glass box, just like that doll from the movies! 😲\' - Sinatra
\'What doll? Do you mean the scary one, Annabelle ( @annabellemovie )? You know, people may not know this, little buddy, but Annabelle exists in real life. The movies are based on her.
She looks different, though. She\'s a Raggedy Ann doll, a type of rag doll which was very popular around 100 years ago, with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose. That Annabelle is in Monroe, a town located in eastern Fairfield County, Connecticut. She\'s bound inside a glass box.
Do you want to know why? Because sacred glass keeps her from moving around the house. Her original owner believed the doll was possessed, but spirits do not possess inanimate objects. They possess people. However, an inhuman spirit can attach itself to a place or object to manipulate them and create the illusion of it being alive. They do that to lure their intended victim, a human host to possess.
At first, and this was in 1970, Annabelle would show relatively small movements, such as a slight change in position. But as time went by, the movement became more noticeable. For several days, her owner, who was a student nurse, believed someone was entering her apartment, but nothing was missing. Alongside her roommate, they started placing scotch tape on the doors. If someone broke in, they would come home to find a busted tape. But the tape was intact, and Annabelle was in a different room.
And then things got even stranger.
So, no, this glass box is meant to protect what\'s inside, the skull and its silver jewelry. Annabelle\'s glass box protects the outside from what\'s inside.\' - Comrade (the human)
\'Oh. 🤔 I thought glass was meant for us doggies to smudge our nosey mosey prints all around! 🐶\' - Sinatra
➡️ Official Annabelle Comes Home trailer by @wbpictures and @newlinecinema
📷: @annabellemovie @wbpictures @newlinecinema @warnerbrosentertainment
🎨: Dualidad by @deliagonzaleztaxco
📢: In collaboration with @alliedsea