Annabelle

Annabelle Make Believe TerrorJessica liked to play make believe in the old abandoned stone mansion She liked to pretend that the beautiful golden haired woman in the portrait was her mother And that the big dol

  • Title: Annabelle
  • Author: Ruby Jean Jensen
  • ISBN: 9780821720110
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • Make Believe TerrorJessica liked to play make believe in the old abandoned stone mansion She liked to pretend that the beautiful golden haired woman in the portrait was her mother And that the big dollhouse she had found upstairs was hers, along with the family of dolls who lived there Sometimes she was sure the dolls moved all by themselves Sometimes she even heard thMake Believe TerrorJessica liked to play make believe in the old abandoned stone mansion She liked to pretend that the beautiful golden haired woman in the portrait was her mother And that the big dollhouse she had found upstairs was hers, along with the family of dolls who lived there Sometimes she was sure the dolls moved all by themselves Sometimes she even heard them whisper to her Only instead of calling her Jessica, they always called her Annabelle.Life Like HorrorAnnabelle had come back to them The dolls had lived for so long by themselves With no one to dust them off, play with them or love them But now Annabelle had come back And everything would be just like it was before Only this time, they would never let anyone hurt Annabelle And anyone who tried would soon discover that pretty dollies can have very ugly tempers.

    Annabelle Directed by John R Leonetti With Ward Horton, Annabelle Wallis, Alfre Woodard, Tony Amendola A couple begins to experience terrifying supernatural occurrences involving a vintage doll shortly after their home is invaded by satanic cultists. Annabelle film Annabelle Rotten Tomatoes Annabelle Critics Consensus Annabelle borrows unabashedly from better horror films, content to leave viewers with a string of cheap jolts that fail to build on the far effective The Conjuring. Annabelle Comes Home Official Site Annabelle Comes Home Official Site Now Playing In Theaters Annabelle Comes Home Book tickets at Cineworld Cinemas Determined to keep Annabelle from wreaking havoc, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren bring the possessed doll to the locked artefacts room in their home, placing her safely behind sacred glass and enlisting a priest s holy blessing. Annabelle Comes Home Determined to keep Annabelle from wreaking havoc, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren bring the possessed doll to the locked artifacts room in their home, placing her safely behind sacred glass and enlisting a priest s holy blessing. Real Annabelle Doll Annabelle Movie True Story Questioning the Story How does the Annabelle movie relate to The Conjuring The Annabelle movie is a spin off prequel to The Conjuring Other than in the opening scene, it doesn t feature any of the human characters from The Conjuring. Annabelle Creation Home Annabel s Annabel s Presents is an intrinsic part of Club life, bringing Members and their guests together to enjoy an eclectic mix of events, ranging from live performances by internationally acclaimed artists and acts, to intimate in conversations with notable personalities there is something for everyone Annabelle Hotel Paphos, Cyprus a poetic journey Enduring in quality, intuitive in service, stylishly inviting and wonderfully familiar Annabelle is a true colonial classic Annabelle hotel is located in Paphos, Cyprus.

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    About "Ruby Jean Jensen"

    1. Ruby Jean Jensen

      Ruby Jean Jensen was born and raised in southwest Missouri Most of her life has been spent in Missouri or nearby in northwest Arkansas, where she currently makes her home In addition to writing, Ruby has always been an animal lover, and spends most of her time now caring for her pets Ruby began her writing career in the 1970 s by writing Gothic romance novels with a strong paranormal story line In the 1980 s she switched over to the purely horror genre and has than twenty five published books, and has an enthusiastic following.

    408 thoughts on “Annabelle”

    1. This book was really gripping and creepy, a story of haunted dolls and the bizarre old store they reside in where strange things often happen.


    2. This is one of those books that I bought at a garage sale, it's never won any awards, no one even knows about it but it's CREEPY. If you're like me and think that lifesized porcelain dolls in haunted mansions with a terrifying past are scary as hell, you'll love this book! I would wait and read it around Halloween time to make it that much scarier. It's an easy read, not challenging at all, just a really eerie book about a young girl who finds an old abandoned mansion and makes it her place to p [...]


    3. Ruby Jean Jensen, truly one of the forgotten horror authors of the 80s and early 90s. She published books like crazy under the Zebra imprint in the 80s, and really became the queen of evil doll stories. Annabelle is no exception. It is the story of a young five year old girl named Jessica who escapes the confines of her family's Louisiana home to visit her "castle" next door. The "castle" is a old run down mansion long abandoned after a terrible crime in the late 1800s. There she discovers a dol [...]


    4. Annabelle moves at a great pace, which is aided with its slow, creepy enchantedness (I made up a word, yes) that draws you in and makes you feel for the characters (even the dumb oaf of a father). The tale of a young girl, whose mom has just left her, finding comfort in an abandoned mansion with a HORRIBLE past is intriguing and strangely beautiful in itself, but once the events of the past start replaying themselves and dolls start coming to life, you know you’re in for a treat! My only gripe [...]


    5. I love anything by Ruby Jean Jensen. This book was even autographed. Though the author has passed away, her legacy of being the Queen of horror novels lives on! Mostly her books are about dolls or toys coming back to life or evil and strange children doing ugly things. Loved this book and all the others.


    6. *This book has nothing to do with the modern Annabelle movies.*I own the original paperback version of Annabelle, which I acquired sometime in the late 1990s. I recently rediscovered it while sorting through some things in storage. Ruby Jean Jensen wrote during the mid-1970s to the mid-1995s. Her primary horror topic revolved around hauntings, killer dolls, and evil/possessed children.Annabelle is a story told in present day (1980s) that revolves around a child named Jessica who has just turned [...]


    7. I surprisingly do not have many books or stories on my bookshelf that are about evil toys. Aside from Tick-Tock by Dean Koontz (Which I still don’t really consider an evil toy story as much as one about magic) and a handful of Stephen King short stories, there is not a book that has demonic playthings as its focus- until now! Jessica escapes from her turbulent home life into a fantasy world set in a decaying mansion where she has living Dolls as friends and a substitute mother in a portrait th [...]


    8. I read and resold this book several years before The Conjuring and Annabelle came to theaters. I don't know if this book is based (loosely) on that Annabelle or if the doll is named in homage to that Annabelle or if it is just a coincidence. However, the story is entirely different from the Warrens' tale. A frightening first chapter reveals how Annabelle gets possessed. Flash to current day, when Annabelle comes into the fold of a Ruby Jean Jensen-esque family. Soon, eerie deaths start turning u [...]


    9. love this book, was my first horror book ever read! Ruby Jean Jensen is a wonderful Horror novelist, easy and fun to read. classic. have a copy for sale in my store. free world shipping, artfire/ext/shop/produ


    10. i liked this book because when i began reading i feelt suspence. i recomend this book to people who like to read about scary stories. when you begin to read this book you get exited to continue reading. i remember that at nights i read this book until to late i could not felt asleep.


    11. It's been a while since I read something with creepy dolls. I enjoyed reading this at night, there are some parts in the book that scared me xD but then again, the idea of dolls walking on their own creeps me out.



    12. I read this book a very long time ago for the first time, and a few more times over the years and loved it. It is a great horror book.


    13. I loved this book because it held my attention (which is hard to do these days) but I feel it had a few loose ends.





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