First seen in James Wan’s The Conjuring, evil doll Annabelle was given her own spinoff film back in 2014, with a sequel headed our way this year. But if you don’t want to wait to see the creepy Annabelle wreak some more havoc on the big screen, why not hang out with the real doll?!

Housed inside Ed and Lorraine Warren’s occult museum, the real doll is actually an old Raggedy Ann doll that was gifted to a student nurse back in the ’70s. Where did its name come from? After coming into the possession of the doll, the young woman got in touch with a psychic medium who told her that it was possessed by the spirit of a girl named Annabelle Higgins.

Eventually, the girl contacted the Warrens, who told her that the doll was actually possessed by a demonic entity. They took it off her hands, and it’s been in their museum ever since.

Last night, the REAL Annabelle doll was moved into a new case by museum directors Dan Rivera and Tony Spera, and you can watch the video as the whole thing was streamed on Rivera’s Facebook page. Rivera promises a show you won’t want to miss:

Witness live when we take Annabelle the most diabolical and most haunted item in the museum and transport her to the new case.

Via Bloody Disgusting