Couple Who Bought Conjuring House Install 24/7 Cameras And Say It’s Definitely Still Haunted

Strangely.. a couple thought it would be a good idea to buy THE house that inspired The Conjuring and have… unsurprisingly… discovered theres a reason it was used.

The Perron family, occupied by the house in the 70’s. Their stories were recreated in the 2013 horror film.

They said to have experience lots of strange events in the house, from strange noises and missing items. Oh and ghosts.

Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal experts were asked to investigate the house.

Lorraine said what happened in the house was ‘so incredibly frightening’ that it ‘still affects [her] to talk about it today.’

Apparently, a spirit named Bathsheba Sherman had cursed the home and anyone who dare lived on the property. SO WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO LIVE THERE?

Paranormal investigator Cory Heinzen and his wife Jennifer just HAD to buy the 18th century Rhode Island farmhouse.

Cory started conducting his own investigations into the supposedly haunted house.

The investigator has sensing equipment, recording devices and twelve home security systems.

He’s already experienced black mist moving from one room to the next, footsteps, unidentifiable voices, knocks.

Cory eexplained:

“We’ve had lights flashing in rooms, and when I say lights flashing in rooms, it’s rooms that don’t have light in there to begin with.

When something takes a painting that’s on the wall and not only knocks it down, but it actually knocks it down at an angle that it lands on something and it’s all upright, it’s really difficult to debunk it.”

The investigator said creepy events happen ‘on a day to day basis’ at the house and added ‘sometimes we catch it on camera and sometimes we don’t’.

Cory hopes to produce a documentary on the supernatural home.

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