Ghosts & Hauntings
Real-life 'Conjuring' house to be livestreamed
By T.K. Randall
May 1, 2020 · 19 comments
Would you spend the night here ? Image Credit: Facebook / Cory Heinzen
A week-long livestream of the house made famous by 'The Conjuring' movie is set to begin next weekend.
With everyone stuck at home due to the coronavirus lockdown, one pastime that has all-but disappeared in recent weeks is paranormal investigation.
Fortunately, however, a number of livestreamed events have cropped up to fill the gap.
One of these, which is set to begin streaming on Saturday, May 9th, is a week-long exploration of the Harrisville, Rhode Island house that inspired the hit supernatural horror movie The Conjuring
The infamous abode, which was recently purchased by Cory Heinzen and his wife Jennifer, was once the home of the Perron family whose experiences at the house in the 1970s are well documented.
The story goes that a witch had cursed the property, dooming anyone who lived there.
The Perrons experienced all manner of unexplained occurrences which reportedly became increasingly sinister and threatening as time went on.
Since moving in, the Heinzens have also reported paranormal phenomena including mysterious footsteps, anomalous knocking sounds and flickering lights with no apparent source.
The upcoming livestream will run 24/7 for seven days on The Dark Zone
A free preview will also be available on May 8th.
Source: Den of Geek
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