The movie ‘Conjuring’ made millions on the big screen. A lot of viewers claimed that they had never been so scared while watching a horror movie until they watched the ‘Conjuring’ movie. Due to its popularity, the house where all the hauntings happened immediately went off the market.
In an article published by UNILAD UK, a company that provides "social news" and entertainment, they reported that a couple acquired the property which inspired the successful horror movie. Reports also said that the couple claimed that they felt some strange events going on inside it after they moved in.
The said house was occupied by the Perron family in the 1970s. The family was also the inspiration for the creation of the 2013 horror film which showed how they endured a number of inexplicable events while residing in the house. These events included strange noises, missing items, and the spooky appearance of ghosts. According to paranormal experts Ed and Lorraine Warren, the said paranormal events were "so incredibly frightening."
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The experts also said in an interview with USA Today that it still affects them as they talk about it in the present. The Warrens claimed that the ghost roaming around the house was named Bathsheba Sherman, who had cursed the home and anyone who dared live in the said property.
This is the reason why the paranormal investigator Cory Heinzen and his wife Jennifer immediately bought the 18th century Rhode Island property after the original owners put it on sale. Before moving into the house, Cory lived alone while his wife and son were packing up their home in Maine. While he was alone, he started doing his own investigations about the claims of paranormal activities in the house.
The investigator claimed that the horrifying events happen ‘on a day to day basis’. After installing several pieces of equipment to record the events, he claimed that they could catch it on camera. However, sometimes they can’t.
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