Ed Warren: Batman isn't a ghost.
Voice: (Spirits lapse into an array of animal sounds, the most predominant being that of a barking dog.)
Ed Warren: You want to be animals? Imitate some animals. Imitate a pig.
Voice: (The snorting of a pig.)
Ed Warren: How about a dog?
Ed Warren: How about a cat?
Voice: (Loud, screeching me-ow.)
Ed Warren: How about a turkey?
Ed Warren: How old are you, Fred?
Voice: Seventy-eight. I'm a liar. Tommy's a liar.
Ed Warren: I know.
Voice: Can I sing a song?
Ed Warren: Sure, Fred, go ahead and sing.
Voice: La-de-da-de-da . . . (gruffly) Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of holy water . . . ha . . . ha . . . ha . . .
Ed Warren: Are you a Christian, Fred?
Voice: Yick. A soldier. I'm a soldier!
Ed Warren: When did you die, Fred, as a soldier?
Voice: I'm always dead.
Ed Warren: Were you ever married, Fred? Did you ever have a wife?
Ed Warren: What was her name?
Voice: I don't know.
Ed Warren: How old are you now?
Voice: Thirty. I'm thirty.
Ed Warren: Do you know what day it is?
Voice: Yeah. The uh . . . seventh.
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