'Annabelle: Creation' has made quite an impact on movie goers with the possessed porcelain doll walking around killing people.
One of the killer porcelain dolls from 'Annabelle: Creation' sets resides in director David Sandberg's guest room in Los Angeles, California.
There are three Annabelle dolls from the movie. The doll that's in Sandberg's house was used as a stunt double. One of the dolls used before the wooden creation is possessed.
The second is the ‘fully-possessed’ Annabelle who is in most part of the movie. The third is mostly used a stunt double during production.
"So when we throw Annabelle in the well and stuff like that, we used that version. And that's the one I kept," Sandberg told USA Today.
He is also the director of another hugely popular horror-flick ' Light Out'.
The 'real' Annabelle doll is not scary-looking and looks similar to Raggedy Ann doll, with button eyes and dishevelled red yarn hair.
She was made to look more sinister for the two spin-offs.
According to Sandberg after moving the doll to a new spot there was some 'destruction' in the house.
"There were things falling from the ceiling. So that was weird," said Sandberg.
"But she's been behaving so far ... at least when I've been around."