Week-Long Live-Stream at 'The Conjuring' House May 8, 2020 11:34:48 GMT -5
Post by Graveyardbride on May 8, 2020 11:34:48 GMT -5
Week-Long Live-Stream at The Conjuring House
Beginning tomorrow (May 9), a week-long exploration of The Conjuring house will commence on The Dark Zone Network.
The house in Harrisville, Rhode Island, is the former home of Roger and Carolyn Perron and their five daughters. The family moved into the farmhouse in 1971 and almost immediately, strange things begin to happen. Mrs. Perron researched the history of the house and discovered a woman named Bathsheba Sherman, who lived there in the 19th century, was rumored to have been a witch. In 1973, Ed and Lorraine Warren came on the scene and determined the old dwelling was, indeed, inhabited by the spirit of the witch as well as other devilish entities.
During the ensuing years, the Warrens made numerous visits to the Perron residence. The “haunting” culminated with a séance at which Carolyn Perron allegedly became possessed, commenced speaking in tongues and the chair in which she was sitting levitated above the floor. According to Andrea, one of the daughters, who claims she secretly watched the proceedings, when the session ended, her father, fearing his wife was going off the deep end, demanded the Warrens leave his home.
Because of financial constraints, the family remained in their “demon-infested” abode until 1980 and after they moved, the supernatural activity ceased.
Multiple cameras have been set up in the house and during the streaming, the owners, Cory and Jennifer Henizen, will conduct paranormal investigations, séances and Ouija board sessions. Additionally, some of the most respected members of the paranormal community will be invited to participate – remotely – in the activities.
So, if you have nothing better to do, you can shell out $4.99 for a 24-hour session, or $19.99 for the entire week, to see what a series of stationary cameras “pick up.” If you’re not sure, there will be a live preview tonight at 8 o’clock (EST). See trailer here.
Sources: The Unexplained, May 1, 2020; Chris Evangelista, SlashFilm, April 29, 2020; and Katie Serena, AllThat'sInteresting.com, August 27, 2019.
See also “New Owners Intend to Open The Conjuring House to the Public.”