Janet Hodgson: [referring to the demon] It said it wants to hurt you.

Lorraine Warren: When did it say that?

Janet Hodgson: Right now.

Crooked Man: There was a crooked man... and he walked a crooked mile; The crooked man stepped forth and... rang the crooked bell; And thus his crooked soul... spiralled into a crooked Hell; Murdered his crooked family... and laughed a crooked laugh.

[repeated line]

Bill Wilkins: This is my house!

Ed Warren: [when Lorraine doesn't comment on his painting] I know I'm no Picasso, but I didn't think it was *that* bad.

Lorraine Warren: You are VALAK! The Defiler! The Profane! The Maquis of Snakes! In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit - I condemn you back to Hell!

Crooked Man: [to Billy] There was a crooked man. He walks a crooked mile.

Billy Hodgson: Mum! Mum!

Peggy Hodgson: What? What is it?

Billy Hodgson: The... the crooked man!

Peggy Hodgson: The crooked... what? Tell me what happened, honey.

Billy Hodgson: The... crooked... man!

Crooked Man: [to everyone] The crooked man stepped forth and rang the crooked bell. And thus his crooked soul spurre into a crooking hell.

Janet Hodgson: ...Murdered his crooked family and laughed a crooked laugh!


Ed Warren: [from trailer] LORRAAAAAAINEEE!

Ed Warren: Come on, Bill. You're not a psychiatrist, and we're not here to talk about my father. What do you say we get down to business?

Bill Wilkins: Knock, knock.

Maurice Grosse: [sighs] Who's there?

Bill Wilkins: Bill... Bill... Bill... Bill...

Lorraine Warren: Do you know when the voice is going to speak?

Janet Hodgson: Sometimes.

Lorraine Warren: And when it does, does it feel like it is coming from inside of you?

Janet Hodgson: No, it is more like it is coming from behind me, like I'm being used.

[first lines]

Lorraine Warren: After everything we've seen, there isn't much that rattles either of us anymore. But this one... this one still haunts me.

Bill Wilkins: Janet's asleep

[voice gets deeper]

Bill Wilkins: and I'm talking.

Anita Gregory: Last year I was conned by a Welsh family pretending to be possessed by demons. And honestly, I don't know what was worse: the demons or the people who prey on our willingness to believe in them.

Lorraine Warren: The demons... are worse.

Lorraine Warren: Ed, this is as close to hell as I ever want to get.

Lorraine Warren: Your name gives me dominion over you, demon, and I do know your name!

Lorraine Warren: Look, I know how it is. I know what it's like to lose your friends because you're different. But I also know that one person can change everything, and you just have to open up to them.

Janet Hodgson: How did you know you could trust the people you opened up to?

Lorraine Warren: I didn't, and sometimes I got hurt. And it took a long time, but I finally found someone who believed me.

Janet Hodgson: What did you do then?

Lorraine Warren: I married him.

Ed Warren: Sometimes we have to have a leap of faith; to believe when no one else will.