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The Couple Who Bought The House That Inspired The Movie 'Conjuring' Says Weird Incidents Keep Happening

The Couple Who Bought The House That Inspired The Movie 'Conjuring' Says Weird Incidents Keep Happening

The couple who bought the house which inspired the cult horror movie 'The Conjuring' has now reported incidents happening in their place that they cannot explain using logic.

The craziest real estate purchase happened in 2019 when a couple bought the house that inspired the movie 'The Conjuring'. As reported by the Sun Journal, an adventurous couple from Mexico, Maine has purchased the real-life house that the movie based was on. 'The Conjuring' is regarded as the scariest movie ever by a lot of people and it is based on the story of the Perron Family who lived in the Harrisville, Rhode Island home in the 1970s. 



 

Ed and Lorraine Warren, the famous pair of paranormal experts investigated the case and after her husband passed away, Lorraine went on to be a major consultant for the film and continued giving inputs for the other movies of the franchise. Andrea Perron, the eldest daughter of the Perron family lived in the severely haunted house till 1980 and even till this day, she maintains her claim that evil spirits lived in the house with the family in an interview with USA Today

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In the same interview, Lorraine Warren spoke about the time she spent at the Harrisville farmhouse where she also performed a séance. She said, "The things that went on there were just so incredibly frightening. It still affects me to talk about it today."

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Regarding her experience, Andrea said, "I thought I was going to pass out. My mother began to speak a language not of this world in a voice not her own. Her chair levitated and she was thrown across the room." As for the couple that recently bought the home said that even they have faced a number of strange experiences in the house, but, luckily enough nothing serious has happened yet. 

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Speaking to the Sun Journal, Cory Heinzen, the new owner of the house said, "We had doors opening, footsteps and knocks. I’ve had a hard time staying there by myself. 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 in the house.” His wife, Jennifer Heinzen added, "This whole journey has been both scary—for many reasons other than paranormal—and exciting all at once." 



 

Cory and Jennifer hope to fix up their Conjuring house before they will let any visitors in and even after the unexpected knocks and footsteps, Jennifer is still optimistic about their plans as she described the journey as both scary and exciting.

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