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Passengers left screaming after Tesla detects 'ghosts' in graveyard next to real life Conjuring house

Passengers left screaming after Tesla detects 'ghosts' in graveyard next to real life Conjuring house

The car began to detect 'ghosts' walking nearby

A Tesla driver and his passengers were left shaken up after the car started to detect 'ghosts' walking through a cemetery near to the real life house from The Conjuring.

The bloke claimed to have been driving through a cemetery near to the Arnold Estate, which is the real-life inspiration for the 2013 flick, when figures started to appear on the car’s control screen.

You can see the clip here:

For those unaware, Teslas are able to display information about nearby objects - including pedestrians and other vehicles - on the central display screen thanks to a number of special sensors.

In theory, the vehicles shouldn’t suggest that inanimate objects are people - nor should they detect ghosts, but here we are.

In the clip, the group can be seen slowly driving through the cemetery as more and more human-shaped figures show up on the screen - by the end of the clip the Tesla looks fairly surrounded by ‘ghosts’ as the passengers scream in fright. Yep, it’s a big old ‘nope’ from me, guys.

A Tesla driver noticed ‘ghosts’ approaching his car.

As you can imagine, people were left feeling slightly spooked after watching the clip, with one person commenting: “That is WILD. They were checking out the Tesla like, ‘Oooh. What is thaaaat?’”

Another joked: “They all heard you freaking out so had to come look at them on the screen themselves.”

While a third wrote: “The way they all slowly started congregating around the vehicle.”

The Conjuring is loosely based on the true story of the Perron family, who moved into the Arnold Estate back in the 1970s.

Shortly after moving to the Rhode Island farmhouse, the family began to experience a series of strange goings on and reached out to the world famous paranormal investigators and demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren (played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga).

The passengers could be heard screaming in fright towards the end of the clip.

If you’re feeling brave, you can actually visit the real-life home that inspired the movie - as it's open for tours, overnight stays, investigations, private events and even offers on-site camping if staying in the potentially haunted gaff is a little bit too much for you.

According to the booking site’s FAQ section, there’s no guarantee that you’ll see a ghost if you pay a visit - typical, eh? - but apparently there have been many 'ghostly experiences' during events at the property.

Failing that, hire yourself a Tesla and go for a drive nearby and you might just find a few hanging around.

LADbible has contacted Tesla for comment.

Featured Image Credit: LADbible/Collab

Topics: Tesla, US News, Cars, Weird