“Werewolf” By Ed And Lorraine Warren Review

The legend of the werewolf is as old as man himself. From Ed and Lorraine Warren, the world’s most famous demonologists, comes perhaps their most incredible and horrifying case: the true story of William Ramsey, whose bizarre seizures terrified the English town of Southend-on-Sea. Believing Ramsey to be a victim of demonic possession, the Warrens arranged for the rite of exorcism to be performed. Not since the exorcist shocked the nation has there been such a such a horrifying account of a supernatural battle between good and evil within the soul of one human. 

So this was book written by none other than Ed and Lorraine Warren. Frankly I didn’t know about this case until I picked up this book. Ive watched all the movies in the Ed and Lorraine Warren Cinematic Universe and this book is a nice little additional resource to the cinematic universe of Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Ive mention it before on this website that I’m a huge skeptic so I don’t believe that the stuff which is written in this book is real and that it happen. I just treated it like a good horror story as it should be treated.

Im gonna believe in demons, ghosts etc when I see them with my own eyes without being under the influence of anything. Until then the Cinematic Universe of Ed and Lorraine Warren will just be for me good horror stories for horror movies.

The writing style in this one was super incredible, it really shows that Ed and Lorraine Warren were good writers and good story tellers if you will. 

When it comes to the highlight of this book which was the exorcism of William Ramsey then it was super short which really disappointed me because it could have been longer. 

However when it comes to William Ramsey then he felt more like he had schizophrenia not that he was possessed by a animal spirit or whatever you want to call it.

I give this book 2 / 5

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