Annabelle didn’t actually ‘escape’ the Warren museum, but in 2020 it totally felt possible

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    If you’ve ever seen any movie in James Wan’s The Conjuring series, you know how terrifying the Annabelle doll that inspired the franchise is.

    That’s why when Twitter caught wind that Annabelle had somehow “escaped” the Warren Occult Museum in Connecticut, it was time to panic. Annabelle escaped? Nah, 2020 is really the end of the world. Put a stamp on it.

    Accounts around the platform were leaking news and rumors that the absolutely terrifying doll had somehow found its way out.

    The cursed Annabelle doll, the inspiration behind ‘The Conjuring’ and ‘Annabelle’ franchise, has been trending after rumors of her escaping from the Warren museum where she is housed started circulating. pic.twitter.com/nZpPPgjXkt

    The internet was done. Terrified. 2020 all of a sudden not only got worse, but it got haunted.

    NO WAY ANNABELLE ESCAPED…WHEN YALL SAID 2020 WAS GONNA BE A MOVIE YALL DIDNT SAY IT WAS GONNA BE A HORROR?? pic.twitter.com/IfSA0XWAXv

    WAIT WAIT WAIT WAIT PLEASEEEE. 2020 JUST GOT WORSE WHO TF SAID IT COULDN’T GET WORSE CAUSE ANNABELLE JUST ESCAPED THE MUSEUM- #Annabelle pic.twitter.com/7dZ8ZlH34G

    Turns out, though, there’s nothing to worry about. Annabelle didn’t actually escape — the rumors have been debunked.

    She doesn’t even live in that museum anymore because the museum has been closed since 2019. So, technically, she can’t escape from somewhere she wasn’t in the first place.

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