Couple Buy Farmhouse That Inspired ‘The Conjuring’

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The Rhode Island farmhouse that inspired the supernatural horror film ‘The Conjuring’ was recently purchased, and the young couple who bought it now say that the house lives up to its scary reputation. 

The house first gained its notoriety in 1971 when the Perron family moved into a dilapidated farmhouse on Rhode Island and after a series of supernatural phenomenon, called in famed paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren who documented the Perron’s living nightmare. Built in 1736, the house is said to be haunted by the spirit of a woman named Bathsheba Sherman, and the new owners claim it is indeed still haunted.


The house was recently purchased by a paranormal investigator, Cory Heinzen and his wife Jennifer. They moved in from Mexico a month ago, and they are already getting spooked. Cory, who’s a big and burly bearded man, isn’t afraid.. to admit he’s afraid. 

They hear footsteps, knocks, and see lights flashing in rooms, while making it clear that rooms lighting up – have no lights in them to be lit. 

They have 12 cameras recording video inside the house 24/7 while Cory and his team of paranormal investigators shoot a documentary and other projects.

Cory calls it research, and he fell in love with the house that he says is a huge piece of American history, and its also a piece of paranormal history.


Cory and Jennifer have said that they plan on turning the 8.5 acre property into a tourist attraction by the end of the year. 


Would you be brave enough to spend a night in this house?

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