Couple Who Bought “The Conjuring House” Says It’s Still Haunted After Installing Security Cameras

I’ll never understand why anyone would buy and move into a haunted house, let alone the house that inspired “The Conjuring” film. And it appears that the couple that purchased “The Conjuring” house has reported that strange things are happening there. HUGE surprise! For those unfamiliar with the haunted past, the 2013 horror film was based by the Perron family’s experiences living in the house during the 1970s.

The Perron family claimed to have witnessed a variety of weird and frightening incidents in the house, ranging from strange noises to lost goods to ghost apparitions.Ed and Lorraine Warren, well-known paranormal experts and investigators, were asked in to look into the bizarre happenings. Lorraine didn’t reveal much about her experiences in an interview with USA Today, claiming that what happened there was “so incredibly frightening” that it “still affects [her] to talk about it today.”

According to the Warrens, the Perron family home was taken over by the soul of Bathsheba Sherman, who cursed the house and anybody who tried to dwell there.The curse, of course, made the 18th century Rhode Island farmhouse alluring to paranormal investigator Cory Heinzen and his wife Jennifer, who leaped on buying the home when it went on sale, despite knowing all the horrific things that had transpired there.

Cory went to live in the farmhouse alone while Jennifer and their son packed up their Maine home. He launched his own studies into the haunted mansion he currently owns there. According to News Center Maine via MailOnline, Corey had installed sensing equipment, recording devices, and 12 home security cameras that were constantly recording.

Corey revealed his findings, stating that he watched a black mist go from one room to the next, footsteps, unidentified voices, knocks, and sporadic flashes of light. Corey is adamant that the occurrences he’s witnessed are unexplainable, claiming, “We’ve had lights flashing in rooms, and when I say lights flashing in rooms, it’s rooms that don’t have light in them to begin with.”

It’s very tough to debunk something that pulls a painting off the wall and not only knocks it down, but knocks it down at such an angle that it rests on something and it’s all upright.” The creepy happenings occur “on a daily basis” within the residence, according to Corey, and “sometimes we catch it on camera, sometimes we don’t.” Not at all frightening.

Meanwhile, Corey is claimed to be in the process of securing a deal with the Travel Channel to film a documentary about the haunted house. He’s also claimed to be planning non-profit tours of his supernatural property by November. Yeah, I guess I’ll pass on that one.

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