The Real Life ‘Conjuring’ House Is Going On Live Stream
Well, if you've watched just about every creepy thriller on the web, then why not take it one step further and indulge in some real life ghost hunting, too.
Yup, the house that inspired Conjuring is officially being live streamed for a full week, starting on Saturday 9th May, offering those who are brave enough an "immersive and interactive look" inside the haunted abode.
Screening on paranormal website The Dark Zone, the 18th century farmhouse in Rhode Island will be available to watch online in real time, as it current inhabitants isolate there during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the moment, paranormal investigators Cory and Jennifer Heinzen and their two children are living in the home, which has allegedly seen murder, drowning and hanging, as well as the deaths of as many as seven children.
And the couple have already documented various incidences of paranormal activity, including "doors slamming, footsteps and knocks". Eeeek.
Describing the energy in their home as "very busy" and full of spirits, the couple have been keen to share their experiences with others since moving in, even releasing a two hour-long documentary last Halloween with CCTV footage depicting their haunted lives.
And if you thought that was scary, the week-long event will be this times 100, with the family conducting "paranormal investigations, seances [and] Ouija board sessions ".
They'll also be inviting some of the world's most legendary experts in the paranormal to virtually join them as they summon spirits, and share their experiences from the horror household.
Because, you know, the house isn't haunted enough as it is.
Guests will include Andrea Perron, author and survivor of the original Conjuring haunting in the 1970s, which inspired the hit James Wan movie.
The Perron family (depicted in the film by Lilli Taylor, Ron Livingston, Shanley Caswell, Hayley McFarland, Joey King and Mackenzie Foy) were aided by paranormal investigators Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) and Ed Warren (Patrick Wilson) when they started seeing unusual paranormal activity.
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After making a visit, the investigators claimed that the home was being haunted by a witch who had resided there in the early 19th century and was buried nearby, named Bathsheba Sherman.
Teasing the week-long event, The Dark Zone website reads: "The world is on lockdown and so is the family living in the house that inspired Conjuring.
"Watch as the Heinzen Family shows you how they live among the spirits while toughing out this worldwide pandemic."
A trailer gives us a sneaky peak of just how skin-crawlingly terrifying its set to be, too.
Firstly, we're given a tour of the ancient house, before the CCTV footage freezes on one room, where a creepy doll sits on a chair.
An EVP recorder (which captures paranormal noises) then picks out the words: "It hurts..."
Another recording then plays, crying: "Help us."
Right then, we're definitely not sleeping tonight.
If you want to get in on the ghost hunting action, you have to pay - after all, this is the real deal.
There will be a free preview on May 8th to whet your appetite, but then after that you'll have to cough up $4.99 (£3.98) for a day's coverage, or $19.99 (£15.95) for unlimited access to the full week.
There's also going to be a pre-sale discount very soon, so click here and watch this space.
Plus, the website promises "portion of the proceeds" will go to coronavirus charities.
You would literally have to be *mad* to tune in to this. But...anyone else kinda tempted?!
Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros.
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