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Lorraine Warren obituary | Register – The Times

Immaculately dressed paranormal investigator whose best-known case is the ‘Amityville Horror’, which was made into a film

Lorraine and Ed Warren once investigated a poltergeist in Enfield, north LondonALAMY

While the imminent conclusion of the libel case brought by Jeffrey Archer against the Daily Star dominated headlines on July 24, 1987, the front-page story of a rival tabloid imparted a supernatural sensation from the Essex seaside.

“Werewolf seized in Southend,” declared the story in The Sun, adding: “He fights cops on all fours”. A mild-mannered father of three, Bill Ramsey was reported to have arrived at a police station just after midnight, claimed to be a werewolf and demanded to be locked up in the interests of public safety. The officers demurred, at which point Ramsey snarled, howled and attacked with superhuman force, hurling them into the air as if they were rag dolls. He was subdued by eight officers and given a huge…

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