It's official – we may have just found the craziest 2019 property purchase (and trust us, there was strong competition). According to the Sun Journal an adventurous couple from Mexico, Maine has just bought the house that inspired the insane horror movie The Conjuring .
The Conjuring is based on the true story of the Perron family (who lived in Harrisville, Rhode Island in the 1970s) and the famous paranormal experts Ed and Lorraine Warren. After the death of her husband, Lorraine was an important adviser to the film as well as to the following prequels and sequels – which eerily legitimized his premise.
Andrea Perron, the eldest of the five Perron daughters who lived in the house Until 1980, she still holds to her claim that evil spirits lived in the house with the family in an interview with USA Today to have. In the same interview, Lorraine Warren talks about her time on the Harrisville farm – including a séance they performed. "The things that were going on there were so incredibly frightening," said Lorraine . "It still concerns me to talk about it today."
"I thought I was going to faint," Andrea said of the experience. "My mother started to speak a language that is out of this world, her chair floated and she was thrown across the room."
As for the couple who recently bought the haunted house, they had their own a lot of strange experiences, but luckily there have not been any meetings there yet.
"We had doors to open, footsteps and knock," said Cory Heinzen, the new owner, the Sun Journal . "It was hard for me to stay alone, I do not have a bad feeling, [but] it's very busy, you can say there are a lot of things going on in the house."
"This whole journey was one of many Other than paranormal reasons scary and exciting at the same time, "said Jennifer Heinzen. "I think it's great that we have the opportunity to share the house with others."
If the supernatural is your cup of tea, the couple says that they plan to open their new digs for horror tourists – and investigators – later this year for a major renovation. But do not worry – they still plan to preserve the house and associated story of The Conjuring .