The Real-Life House That Inspired The Conjuring Is Up For Sale
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Horror fans will be jumping for joy to know that the house inspired the events The Conjuring has gone up for sale.
Largely regarded as one of the scariest films on the planet, it follows how a family is terrorised by spirts that haunt the home.
Carolyn and Roger Perron, alongside their five daughters, reported all sorts of unexplained phenomena in the house, including the stench of rotting flesh and their beds being violently shaken in the movie.
If you're game to walk through the halls of the modest two-storey, fourteen-room farmhouse located in Burrillville, Rhode Island, then it could be yours.
The owners have put it up for sale and the asking price is US$1.2 million.
The property was built hundreds of years ago and sits on an eight acre plot of land.
A press release from Mott & Chace Sotheby's International Realty says: "To this day, countless happenings have been reported. The chilling stories, incidents, and recollections of residents and visitors of the property have been told in dozens of media productions including books, movies, and television shows."
The house has been put up for sale just two years after Cory and Jennifer Heinzen bought it back in 2019.
Their daughter, Madison, said the house certainly disappoint in living up to its creepy status.
She claims that during that time they've lived there they've seen all sorts of paranormal activity. In one clip she describes an incident in which she saw a ghost wearing a 'veil and a skirt'.
She said: "This happened last year when I was in the kitchen. 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."
Heinzen went on to say that when she told her paranormal investigator parents about what she'd seen, they told her other people had also described seeing the same spectre, dubbed the 'woman in a wedding dress'.
Her dad Cory told The Sun Journal that the family had saw doors opening, and heard footsteps and knocks since moving in. He admitted that he had 'a hard time staying there' on his own.
Cory added: "I don't have the feeling of anything evil, [but] it's very busy. You can tell there's a lot of things going on."
So, if you want to own Rhode Island's most haunted house then you better get in quick.
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