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OffbeatA couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted

18:21  16 july  2019
18:21  16 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A couple bought the house that inspired " The Conjuring ." Surprise — they say it is indeed haunted . Or at least that something out of the Prior to moving in on June 21, the couple was aware that the house was the basis for the horror movie, and that it was connected to the real-life Perron

A COUPLE who bought the house that inspired horror film The Conjuring claim the doors starting The home was built in 1736, making it older than the US, and the Perrons and their five daughters He has explored some of the most reportedly haunted sites in the US, including Pennhurst Asylum and

A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted © Courtesy of Cory Heinzen

When Cory and Jennifer Heinzen signed the papers for their new home in Harrisville, Rhode Island, they knew exactly what they were getting themselves into. This was the house "The Conjuring" was based on. And for them, it was almost an incentive.

"I feel I've always had a fascination with the paranormal," Cory said. "Whether it was ghosts, UFOs, lake monsters or Bigfoot, I've always loved that side of the unexplained."

Prior to moving in on June 21, the couple was aware that the house was the basis for the horror movie, and that it was connected to the real-life Perron family, Cory told INSIDER.

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The remote Rhode Island farmhouse that inspired the popular movie has something of a sinister past. Cory, who has a keen interest in the paranormal, maintains that he has always been fascinated by Ed and Lorraine Warren whose investigation of the house inspired the movie ' The Conjuring '.

It indeed takes a brave family to move into a house that inspired a horror movie. For the unversed, The Conjuring was based on a real-life incident and house Cory Heinzen and his wife Jennifer bought the Harrisville home which was built in 1736, after it was advertised on an online forum.

For those who would rather read a plot summary than sit through 90 minutes of a scary movie, Carolyn and Roger Perron lived in the house with their five daughters between 1971 and 1980.

The film, based on the Perron's real-life experience, recounts the family's dealings with the supernatural. When Carolyn became possessed by a spirit, the family enlisted the help of Ed and Lorraine Warren, noted paranormal investigators. And although in the movie, the Warrens rid the hours of evil, they were not able to do so in real life.

But that was in the 1970s. And the Perrons were able to move out in the 1980s. Now, nearly 40 years later, Cory tells INSIDER that something's afoot.

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house that inspired James Wan' s original The Conjuring movie - and to the surprise of precisely no living human, they claim that it is still haunted . In fact, the woman the couple bought the house from, Norma Sutcliff, sued Warner Bros. back in 2015 because of all the trespassing after the movie' s

A couple who recently bought a house that features in The Conjuring claim they are now being haunted . After purchasing the iconic Harrisville, Rhode Island home which inspired the 2013 film I don’t have the feeling of anything evil… it ’ s very busy. You can tell there’s a lot of things going on in

A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted
A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted

"We've had a few moments in here that have made us jump a bit," he said. "We've had doors open on their own, footsteps, disembodied voices, electronic voice phenomena and some awesome spirit box sessions."

Although he's seriously interested in the paranormal and is aware of the house's significance, he said life in the "The Conjuring" house is pretty much comparable to life in any other house - most of the time, that is.

"A day in the life of the house usually consists of daily upkeep like vacuuming and sweeping, making sure the outside is looking good and then working on small household projects that might need to be fixed," he said. "Once the sun starts to set we like to sit out on the back porch and listen to the wildlife around the yard. But once it's dark outside, we start investigating."

A couple bought the house that inspired 'The Conjuring' — and surprise, it's haunted © Courtesy of Cory Heinzen

Cory tells INSIDER that their main objective is to "collecting evidence every chance we have" and "support the story behind the farm."

He also said that they hope to open the farm grounds the house is on for tours come this fall.

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