Many people worldwide dream of buying a beautiful home in the woods, one with hardwood floors and cozy rooms. While one recently became available, you might want to think long and hard about if you really want it. The Conjuring House is up for sale once again!
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Now, you can turn a quiet night in front of the fireplace into a full-blown horror movie – if that’s your thing, of course. The three-bedroom home that inspired the hit horror film The Conjuring just went on sale. Now, for the price of $1.2 million, anyone can own the fabled Conjuring House. Located at 1677 Round Top Road, Burrillville, Rhode Island, the home comes in at 3,100-square-foot and has plenty of ghosts. At least, according to past residents.
Most recently, Jenn and Cory Heinzen, the house owners since 2019, have seen quite a few ghosts. After picking up the home for $439,000, they actually lived in just one room of the house, giving the spirits time to accept new human beings. Then, one night, something, or someone, in all black, peeked in from the doorway. “Once we realized we were both awake and both seeing it, it was gone,” Cory said.
However, The Conjuring was not based on the Heinzens’ experiences. Instead, it comes from the Perron family, who lived there in the 70s. Like the Heinzens, they also experienced otherworldly sights, sounds, and even violence. From the beds shaking to the broom sweeping the house itself, the Perron claim they endured many supernatural events. And that’s not all…
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All the stories of haunting stem back to one Bathsheba Sherman, who lived in the Conjuring House in the 1800s. As you might imagine, local legends claim that Sherman was actually a witch. Sadly, her child died of a large sewing needle to the skull. While the local townspeople started to speculate that she had murdered her child as an offering to the Devil. However, Sherman was never convicted of any wrongdoing.
Then, in 1973, the Perron family contacted paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. After a lengthy investigation, the Warrens claimed that the house had become haunted by the ghost of Sherman. Soon enough, the Perron family left. However, today, the house continues to seem haunted. “Footsteps, knocks, we’ve had lights flashing in rooms,” Cory Heinzen said. “And when I say lights flashing in rooms, it’s rooms that don’t have light in there to begin with.”
Even the Heinzens’ daughter, Madison, has also seen creepy things inside the house. Recently, she’s been posting videos on TikTok, documenting the haunted house. “I was eating dinner by myself, and I saw someone run by me,” she said in one video. “I caught it by the left corner of my eye, and all I saw was a veil and a skirt, and it just vanished into thin air. This had all happened in a span of three seconds, and I just sat there in complete disbelief, not knowing what to do.”
Does this sound great to you? Well, the two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath Conjuring House, which sits on eight-and-a-half acres, could become yours! You just need a cool $1.2 million and a healthy dose of bravery.