Since her desire to have a child was always on her mind, she and her husband Richard tried to have a child, but to no avail. They adopted Samara from some nuns as a baby and raised her.
Anna first was admitted into Eola County Psychiatric Hospital on April 8, 1963. It was there she tried to conceive her first child, with the help of Dr. Klemen. She had a miscarriage, followed by several others from 1963 to 1969, when her and her husband, Richard, left Moesko Island. They return in February 1970, with their daughter Samara. Although her birth certificate states Anna is her biological mother, the Morgans claim that she is adopted and return home to Moesko Island.
Not much is known about the next seven years of Anna's life, except that life was hard due to small hauls of fish and harvest. In 1977, Anna confided to the local doctor, Dr. Grasnik, that she was beginning to see horrible images in her head, images that only occurred around Samara. They were referred to Eola County Psychiatric, where Anna was treated and Samara was placed under 24-hour surveillance.
In February of 1978, Anna was once again treated for hallucinations and suicidal thoughts. Later that month, Samara is released from the hospital on her father's orders and locked in the barn so she cannot torment Anna anymore.
On September 7th, 1978, the Morgan ranch horses were driven mad by Samara's powers and ended up either running off a cliff or drowning themselves, leaving a devastated Anna. Over 27 horses were killed, and the ranch was placed under quarantine, making the Morgans the center of bizarre rumors.
On October 15th, Anna was readmitted into Eola County Psychiatric Hospital. She was released on October 20th, and the family headed to Shelter Mountain Inn for a vacation. It is there that Anna suffocated Samara and threw her down into the well, unable to stand her any longer. Horrified by what she had done, Anna committed suicide by jumping off a cliff.