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Real-Life Horror House from ‘The Conjuring’ To Be Livestreamed For A Week

Are you brave enough to check out this haunted house?

  • The real-life horror house from The Conjuring will soon be accessible via livestreaming for a full week.
  • The haunted house is believed to be cursed by a witch and has been subject to several paranormal occurrences.

There is little doubt that The Conjuring is one of the most terrifying films ever made. After all, the movie is actually based on the real-life accounts of a family that once lived in a cursed farmhouse in Rhode Island. But is the house truly haunted? Now people can get the chance to find out for themselves by livestreaming the real-life horror house for an entire week.

The Dark Zone is now offering a chance to livestream the house from The Conjuring. The website, which is dedicated to all things paranormal and creepy, has set up several cameras around the haunted farmhouse in Rhode Island. This way, viewers can see the house from every possible angle and find out if there is truly something supernatural going on around the property.

The haunted house in Rhode Island was made famous by the horror flick ‘The Conjuring’

The farmhouse became famous after the Perron family asked for the help of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren in 1971. According to the family, they experienced several unexplained and terrifying incidents when they moved into the house. Their accounts were turned into the film The Conjuring, which revealed that the house has been cursed by a witch.

Interestingly, the farmhouse is far from abandoned these days. According to the website, the Heinzen family continues to live on the premises and are currently staying there amidst the coronavirus outbreak.

You might find something creeping above the dresser.

The description for the livestreaming event reads as follows:

“The world is on lockdown and so is the family living in the house that inspired ‘The Conjuring.’ Watch as the Heinzen Family shows you how they live amongst the spirits while toughing out this worldwide pandemic. You will get an immersive and interactive look inside the real conjuring house. When paranormal activity happens, you’ll see it LIVE. From seances to conjurings, there is a full week’s schedule of planned activities, investigations and tests to perform, plus a full roster of paranormal celebrities who will be joining the livestream – virtually visiting with the family.”

The livestream of the Conjuring House starts on May 9.

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