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10/12/2021 12:39 PM 

"Can you walk?" - For Julian

Can you walk?By: Lorraine Warren // 1533977For: Demonic Soul // 1352949
Lorraine and Ed had been on one of their many investigations. Usually, their oldest children assisted them on their cases. Their son Drew, and their daughter Jade and her boyfriend Julian. Deep down Lorraine knew this sort of work wasn't exactly something Julian liked to take part in. But he was useful, especially in the demonic cases and these were one of those cases.

After the brutal exorcism everyone was tired, Lorraine had taken most of the brunt of the demon's aggression, being thrown around the room like a rag doll. She laid on the floor face down, she groaned as she slowly rolled over onto her back. Seeing Ed on the floor as well she frowned, Drew was by his side and looked to her. "He's okay." He assured her.

Lorraine then looked up as Julian stood over her. "Can you walk?" He asked quietly. Lorraine tried to sit up though couldn't manage to stand. She gasped a little as Julian came up behind her and in a swift movement lifted her off the ground and carried her, setting her in a nearby chair. 

Wincing she forced a small smile "... thank you." She said softly. She knew sometimes he was going against his nature. She glanced around and frowned not seeing Jade "where is she?" She asked. Julian forced a small smile. "Out at the car getting a first aid kit for you and Ed. You guys.. aren't as young as you used to be. Bound to bust a hip one of these days."

Lorraine rolled her eyes at Julian's comment but she knew it was his way of trying to keep things.. light. She sighed and leaned back in her chair, the boy who had been possessed was now sitting beside Ed. He was okay it seemed. They had done it, it had worked. They had been able to expel the demon and save this boy's soul.

10/12/2021 12:12 PM 

"I'm sorry. I can't do this anymore." - For Ed

"I ' m   s o r r y .   I   c a n '  t   d o   t h i s   A n y m o r e ."
The things that Lorraine saw, heard, and experienced were sometimes beautiful, more beautiful than she could ever describe. Both other things she experienced were horrific. So horrific that sometimes in her darkest moments, when she felt most alone. The dark things she saw and heard shook her to her very core and left her feeling hopeless. And sometimes that hopelessness was too much for her to take.

This had been one of those times. She had encountered something... something demonic. It had been plaguing her for months now but she told no one, not even Ed. Somehow this thing had always been in her life. It would only strike occasionally and now was one of those occasions. It had given her such a horrible vision, it had left her with such a feeling of hopelessness, desperation, and anxiety that she couldn't bear it.

Early that day Lorraine was meant to meet Ed for a date. Her parents were out for the evening, her sister was out too. She was nearly two hours late when Ed came looking for her. He entered the Moran home and began searching around. "Lorraine?" He called out and glanced up hearing a sound from upstairs.

Investigating further he was led to the bathroom where he found Lorraine. She seemed to be in some sort of trance. She was taking pills from a bottle, pill after pill after pill. Ed opened the door and seeing this grabbed Lorraine up. "Lorraine! What the hell are you doing?!" He asked.

Lorraine seemed startled, the glass of water she held shattered. She seemed almost unaware of what she had been doing for a few moments before she teared up becoming aware of what the dark spirit had been making her do. "Ed... I'm sorry. I can't do this anymore." She said before breaking down into sobs.

Ed held Lorraine for a few minutes before turning her toward the toilet. "Throw up right now." He said firmly but there was concern and worry in his tone. After making herself sick, once Ed was convinced she had forced out all she had taken he carefully carried her to her room and set her in bed.

"Hon what were you thinking doing something like that?" He asked gently cupping her face. She looked at him, wanting to tell him the truth but not wanting to further worry him. "it's all just... so much sometimes.." she whispered. Ed nodded and frowned "you gotta promise me you won't do this again. Hon... I don't know what I'd do without you. I can't lose you." He said.

Lorraine watched Ed for a moment, she had never heard him speak like that before about her. So confidently that he just couldn't lose her. "I... I promise." She said softly unsure how good she could keep to that promise but she was going to try. Sighing she hugged Ed again, he stayed for a few hours in her room with her until the sound of her parents coming home.

Then Ed made a hasty getaway out the window. Climbing out he looked at Lorraine before he left. "Promise me?" He asked. Lorraine slowly nodded "I promise." She said, the two shared a quick kiss before Ed slipped out the window. Closing it Lorraine sighed and leaned against the glass for a moment. She thanked God for sending Ed when he did. She wasn't sure what would have happened if he hadn't.

10/12/2021 02:05 PM 

Loss of faith

The soft sound of a piano playing filled the Warren home. It was still early morning, none of the Warrens should have been awake yet but one was, Lorraine. Only hours earlier she and Ed had arrived home after a very trying case. The demonic cases always left Lorraine shaken. Left her faith wounded, left her wondering why God would allow such evil to roam the Earth. Thoughts like this were dangerous, could weaken her and leave her vulnerable. So she tried to ignore them with music. Lorraine had always loved music and was very talented at the piano.

Sitting alone her fingers busily worked, dancing across the keys producing the soft melody. She was playing the only song she felt like playing at the moment, one of her favorites, Hallelujah. Given how she was feeling she thought it was a fitting song.

Lorraine stopped her playing when she felt two hands on her shoulders. She wasn't startled, she knew who it was. She felt Ed press a gentle kiss to her head before speaking. "Not that I don't love your playing... but it is 6 am." He said sitting beside her, his back to the keys. He gave a small but tired smile.

"I'm sorry if I woke you." She said quietly, the two shared a look for a moment. Lorraine didn't even need to explain what was wrong or that she needed this distraction. Nodding Ed turned to face the piano. "Start again?" He asked. Silently Lorraine again began the song, Ed taking a few moments before he joined in.

Softly he began singing along to the song, Ed had always had such a wonderful voice. As Lorraine played and Ed sang that dark and hopeless almost angry feelings Lorraine had been feeling were melting away, being filled with a new sense of hope. That maybe there were things to still be thankful for. God wasn't allowing evil to ravage the world. He was trying to save it, with something as simple as Lorraine's gift.

By the time Lorraine had finished, she was crying silently. Again Ed didn't question this. Instead, he put an arm around her and kissed her temple. There were no words to be said, the couple simply sat holding each other, truly taking a moment to recover from all the darkness they had been exposed to over their last case.

10/11/2021 11:25 PM 

"Please don't lie to me" - for my Ed

By: Lorraine Warren // 1533977
Please Don't Lie To Me...
For: Ed Warren // 1537318
  "Hon? Hon?! Come on... Lorraine!" Ed shouted worriedly. Lorraine finally woke from her vision and was frantic. Panting heavily, tears streaming down her face she looked to Ed. "Ed... this house... it's the closest to hell I ever want to get." She said before collapsing against Ed sobbing from what she had seen. Everyone who was part of the group just watched uncomfortably. If something terrified Lorraine, someone who was used to these sorts of things there was clearly something to this place, some truth in it all.

 At the Amityville investigation, Lorraine had seen something... something she couldn't get out of her mind. And that much was clear because during the ride home she didn't speak or look at Ed. She just stared blankly out the window as Ed drove. Ed was quiet but also worried and uncomfortable with the silence. Hesitating for a moment he switched on the car radio.

 "How about some music? That always cheers you up." He said trying to sound calm and relaxed. "Might even get Elvis... the only guy I think you love more than me.." Ed said jokingly. Lorraine shot Ed a look that told him all he needed to know, she hadn't found his innocent joke funny. She shut the radio off before staring back out the window. She watched as the rain began to fall.

 Sighing Ed tried to think of what else to say. He knew Lorraine, when something like this truly terrified her she was reluctant to speak about it. That bothered him, as a couple and partners they were supposed to talk about everything. "Maybe it'll help if you tell me what you saw? I mean... how bad was it? Maybe we can stop off to Father Gordon? Pray in the church for a bit?" He suggested.

 Lorraine seemed unphased by this request. "I don't want to see Father Gordon... and... I don't want to go to church." She said, her tone was dead and void of emotion like she had shut them off. "I want to go home. I want to go to bed. And I didn't see anything I want to talk about. I'm fine Ed. So drop it." She said still avoiding looking to him.

Ed watched Lorraine for a few moments before pulling over and stopping the car. Frowning Lorraine looked at him "what are you doing?" She asked. Ed turned in his seat to look at her. "
Please don't lie to me, Lorraine. I know you saw something that shook you... that doesn't happen often so please... tell me?" He asked almost desperately.

Lorraine looked to Ed, the tears filling her eyes again. "Ed I can't... please.. I don't... want to think about it anymore.. please..." she said breaking down into tears again. It seemed the mere memory of what she saw was enough to leave her trembling. Sighing Ed nodded and leaned over hugging Lorraine, soothingly rubbing her back. "Fine hon." He said quietly and just held her for a few moments before kissing her head. "But please... don't shut me out... okay?"

Tearfully Lorraine nodded and once she was able to compose herself and stop crying Ed started the car back up and headed for home. Lorraine now leaned back in her seat just watching Ed as he drove. Closing her eyes she had no intention of falling asleep, not after what she had seen. But instead, she was silently praying, begging for God to protect Ed. For God to make sure what she saw would not come to pass.

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10/06/2021 09:09 PM 

"Don't make this harder than it already is." - For my Ed.

The Draft
"Don't Make This Harder Than It Already Is."
Lorraine frowned looking at Ed, he had come over for dinner like he usually did. And now he and her parents were sitting in the living room having coffee and talking. The topic had turned to Ed and the draft. In just two weeks he'd go out for basic training and not soon after be sent off overseas to fight in the war. Her parents were impressed by this but Lorraine wasn't impressed, she was heartbroken. So many men and boys were dying after being sent over. She was terrified that Ed would be hurt or killed.

 "Did they give you a choice Ed? Which branch you'd like to choose?" Robert asked. Ed nodded explaining he'd be joining the Marines. Lorraine looked away and couldn't help but show how much she hated this. "You shouldn't have to go." She said quietly, Ed glanced at her. "Well... I have to. I can't say no. Plus... it'll be alright. Once I get back I'll have made enough for Mom and the twins... and you."

 Lorraine shook her head and looked down, tears filling her eyes. Robert her father was the next to speak. "Pumpkin... don't cry... Ed is young and strong... he'll be fine." He said trying to sound positive. Lorraine rolled her eyes and sighed, her mother then touched her hand. "Lorraine please.. try not to get so emotional?"

 Quickly Lorraine pulled her hand away from her mother, got up, and rushed out of the room. She rushed into the kitchen and stood at the table crying. Ed was the one to go after her. Walking over he gently sat Lorraine down at the table. "Lorraine... come on... don't make this harder than it already is. You think I wanna leave you? Leave my Mom and brothers? I don't have a choice hon. I gotta go. I gotta fight. You know all the terrible things happening in the world. Would you rather the country send older men? Like your Dad? Or worse all that terrible stuff come over here and start happening?"

 Lorraine sighed heavily "no... I know.. I just..." she looked up at him, tears streaming down her face. "I just don't want to lose you." She said softly. Ed nodded and gently cupped her cheek. "I know hon... and you won't. I'll do everything I can to come back home to you, okay?" Lorraine nodded sniffling back her tears. She still seemed to pout somewhat though until she saw that look in Ed's eyes. "... Ed you leave me alone.." she said softly.

Smirking Ed scooped Lorraine up, playfully hitting her backside. "Ed!" She squealed playfully squirming as he carried her a little before setting her down. "Come apologize to your Mom and Dad.." he said taking her by the hand. Before stepping back into the living room she leaned up gently kissing Ed. "I love you.." she whispered before taking his hand, heading back into the living room where she apologized to her parents for getting so upset.

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