New York Craft Vodka Harridan’s distillery launches its most terrifying offering yet: the ‘Paranormal Reserve – Annabelle Edition’, a limited collection of 666 bottles rested for 30 days at the Occult Museum of Monroe, Connecticut.

As any true horror fan knows, the museum is home to the infamous Annabelle doll, who was said to have been demonically possessed in the 1970s and inspired the annabelle horror movies including annabelle, Annabelle: Creation and Annabelle Comes Home.

“We’re a brand with a fascination with the weird and unexplained, so this year we wanted to bring the reserve to one of the world’s most well-known paranormal institutions,” said Bridgette TaylorCEO, President and Founder of Harridan Vodka.

“We have partnered with the Occult Museum, home to some of the most terrifying artifacts in the United States, including the infamous Annabelle doll. Since the museum is now closed to the public, the paranormal reserve is the most close that horror and occult fans will get from the doll.

The 666th bottle of Paranormal Reserve was placed directly in front of Annabelle’s crate, which was opened by museum owner Tony Spera. The bottle was then rested in Annabelle’s original case, built by Ed Warren, for 30 days.

Paranormal Reserve is packaged in a custom-engraved wooden box with a working Ouija board on its lid. It comes with a certificate of authenticity, as well as gloves to handle the bottle. The back of the label reads “Help Me, Help Us”, inspired by the mysterious parchment notes allegedly found by Annabelle’s original owner in her apartment.

The doll was originally given by a mother to her daughter as a gift for her graduation from nursing. At first, the doll seemed benign but began to show increasingly disturbing behavior, such as moving around on its own and even leaving handwritten notes on parchment.

Ed and Lorraine Warren, two of the country’s most famous demonologists and paranormal investigators were called in to investigate the case and found her to be demon-possessed. The couple took the doll and locked it in a display case, forming part of their collection in what later became the Occult Museum.

Last year, for its first edition of the Paranormal Reserve, Harridan Vodka rested 60 bottles in three haunted locations in the United States: The Conjuring House, the Villisca Ax Murder House and the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.

A portion of all Paranormal Reserve sales will benefit Toys for Tots, transforming the legacy of a toy that embodied evil into a force for good today.

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