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'Conjuring' house owner says it's still haunted

By T.K. Randall
June 3, 2021 · Comment icon 66 comments



Would you be brave enough to live here ? Image Credit: Facebook / Cory Heinzen
The family who live in the real-life house on which 'The Conjuring' was based claim to have seen ghosts there.
Immortalized by the 2013 supernatural horror movie 'The Conjuring', this remote Rhode Island farmhouse was the scene of a notorious real-life haunting that plagued the Perron family for years.

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.

These days the house is owned by Madison Heinzen and her family who moved in back in 2019.

It doesn't appear as though the activity at the house has settled down, however.

Madison in particular has had sightings of what has been described as a 'woman in a wedding dress.'

"This happened last year when I was in the kitchen," she said.
"I was eating dinner by myself and I saw someone run by me. I caught it by the left corner of my eye, and all I saw was a veil and a skirt and it just vanished into thin air."

"This had all happened in a span of three seconds, and I just sat there in complete disbelief not knowing what to do afterwards."

The new owners have also observed doors opening on their own and heard mysterious disembodied footsteps echoing in the darkness, among other things.

"I don't have the feeling of anything evil, [but] it's very busy," said Madison's dad, Cory.

"You can tell there's a lot of things going on."

As things stand, it doesn't look as though the activity is likely to stop anytime soon.

Source: Lad Bible | Comments (66)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #57 Posted by rashore 2 years ago
I know there is stuff that has been put up that the folks that put it up seem to think it worth looking at, but that's for you to decide for yourself if it's worth watching. What folks find worth watching or not around here is always a guess at best. I'm not going to play the game of guessing which spoonfeeding is going to appeal or be worthy or not, folks can decide that for themselves. But there is a goodly dozen or so bits they feel are worthy and are up on their website, so you might want to try those and see what you think.
Comment icon #58 Posted by Amaryllis 2 years ago
Start from the beginning. Sorry for those who believe the Conjuring house is really haunted. 
Comment icon #59 Posted by thedutchiedutch 2 years ago
Thanks. I will have a look shortly.
Comment icon #60 Posted by thedutchiedutch 2 years ago
Agreed Bats. I have done a lot of reading and watching in the past about the Warrens and I think they were "entertainers". Making up stuff to gain popularity and fame.
Comment icon #61 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
Dont forget the warrens earned a great living off selling ghost stories with zero proof. After i heard joe nickells story about ed warren being a threatening bully i took a better look at the warrens, Of course this is nothing more than my opinion and perception but ed looked like an overbearing bully and the wife looked oppressed,  and if you read around there is a lot of smoke to back up that impression. As far as people like them or the owners of a house or object claimed to be haunted you can call me a snide cynical skeptic and you are right but when they post their versions of what they c... [More]
Comment icon #62 Posted by HSlim 2 years ago
I struggle taking anything that Zach Baggans is part of seriously.  The guy challenges ghosts to fight. 
Comment icon #63 Posted by HSlim 2 years ago
I mean, we know for fact that Napoleon's body is entombed at Les Invalides.    That is verifiable.   You're attempt at any sort of comparison is just.... well.... bad. 
Comment icon #64 Posted by Memento.mori 2 years ago
Well seeing as I’ve been living in the house for the past two years, I think I do have a better understanding about the happenings inside the house than any of you keyboard investigators do. To say you don’t believe in the paranormal is kinda foolish to say, because whatever is not considered to be “normal” is then considered to be “paranormal” or “unexplained”. So I’m sure your aware of the UFOs are real thing going on correct? I’m sure someone will try and argue their not, but facts are facts. Anyways ghost hunting isn’t a science, it’s all theory. I don’t expect people to believe me just be... [More]
Comment icon #65 Posted by witchy1 1 year ago
But she did say it was haunted and that she was glad she now had proof  to share for years to come from TAPS - Ghost Hunters (season 2 episode 7). 
Comment icon #66 Posted by TashaMarie 1 year ago
https://skepticalinquirer.org/exclusive/correcting-the-conjuring-house-history/ It’s important to note that Norma Sutcliffe, who owned the house from 1987 until she sold it to the Heinzens in 2019, never claimed to have experienced any ghostly issues with the house. In an email conversation, Sutcliffe said, “I never said I believed in ghosts but did remark on some sounds, which of course could be explained by natural causes” (Sutcliffe 2019). Although the house did appear on an episode of the television series Ghost Hunters (S2, E7), at no point in the episode did Sutcliffe claim to have seen ... [More]


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