'The Conjuring' house is still haunted as new owners claim they experience 'footsteps, knocks, and flashing lights'
Cory and Jennifer Heinzen, both of whom explore paranormal activities, have reportedly set up 12 cameras that record the events occurring within and around the house 24x7
The haunted house in ‘The Conjuring’ is still, well, haunted.
The Rhode Island farmhouse from the horror flick was bought by Cory and Jennifer Heinzen earlier this year, and they claim to have witnessed bizarre occurrences which proved the paranormal activity in the house. The Heinzen couple's claims come just a month after buying their new house, and according to the Sun Journal, these experiences range from doors opening on their own to footsteps that are unaccounted for.
"Footsteps, knocks, we’ve had lights flashing in rooms," Cory, a paranormal investigator, told East Texas Matters. "And when I say lights flashing in rooms, it's rooms that don’t have light in there, to begin with." Despite believing that there is nothing evil in the house, he reveals he is afraid of living there.
"You can tell there's a lot of things going on in the house," he says, while also explaining, "I don’t have the feeling of anything evil, [but] it's very busy." That being said, the Perron family, who used to live there before them and on whom 'The Conjuring' is based on, had revealed to them that the alleged spirits were very playful at first. They, however, reportedly turned sinister gradually. The spirits went on to attack the family, inflict mysterious illnesses on the family members and even levitate their beds.
The Heinzen couple, both of whom explore paranormal activities, has reportedly set up 12 cameras that record the events occurring within and around the house on a 24x7 watch. The clippings from the cameras are for research, claims Cory, but will also come beneficial in a future documentary.
The Travel Channel has announced that it will air a two-hour special about 'The Conjuring' house on Halloween this year called 'Ghost Adventures: Curse of the Harrisville Farmhouse'.
When they bought the house, Cory and Jennifer said that it is what you can't see on the inside that makes the ordinary-looking cabin in the woods appeal to them. "It's a huge piece of American history and it's also a piece of paranormal history," said Cory, adding, "We fell in love with it!"