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The Thin Man is a minor, yet influential antagonist in the horror films Annabelle and Annabelle: Creation, part of The Conjuring franchise. He is an insane cultist who seeks to summon demons into the world.

He was portrayed by Trampas Thompson.


It is unknown at what time in his life he got involved, but at some point the Thin Man joined a satanic cult called the Disciples of the Ram with his girlfriend, Annabelle Higgins.

Two years after Annabelle joined, she and the Thin Man traveled back to Annabelle's hometown, hoping to perform a sacrificial ritual to summon demons into a conduit. The two broke into Annabelle's parents' house and violently murdered them both. The neighbors, Mia and John Form, heard the commotion and called the police, but the two killers crept into their home. Annabelle got ahold of one of Mia's dolls and locked herself in the nursery. The Thin Man stabbed a pregnant Mia, coming dangerously close to killing the baby. John rushed in and fought the Thin Man, but was overpowered and knocked unconscious. As the Thin Man prepared for a killing blow to Mia, the police arrived and shot him dead. The police then broke down the nursery door to find that Annabelle had taken her own life, and she has painted a symbol in blood next to her. Her corpse still held the doll. The doll was indeed possessed by a demon, which attacked and terrified the Forms, posing as Annabelle's ghost.


The Thin Man appears as a tall, skinny man with tanned skin. He has messy brown or black hair, and an equally messy beard and mustache. He wears an open-chest white shirt and jeans, covered in the blood of his victims.