Anyone who’s watched the Conjuring films would know that Ed and Lorraine Warren have encountered a lot during their paranormal investigations. And among the couple’s most noted cases is that of the Perron family’s.
Located at a house in Harrisville, Rhode Island, the Perrons experienced strange and unsettling occurrences in their household. Because of these paranormal activities, Ed and Lorraine Warren were called in to investigate and possibly, drive out the entities residing inside the house. This case gained so much popularity that it became the basis for the first Conjuring film.
However, many fans of the movie still wonder what happened to the house after the Perron family incident–did another family choose to live there? And did they experience the same supernatural happenings as the Perrons?
Well, horror movie buffs no longer need to imagine or research the answers, as thedarkzone.tv is set to stream the 24-hour footage of the house from May 9 to 16, 2020.
The weeklong coverage will follow the current residents of the Harrisville home–the Heinzen family–as they live through the quarantine period in this incredibly haunted home. In addition to their day-to-day activities, the family will also be conducting seances and investigations while they’re in the house.
Moreover, their website states that they’ve invited “paranormal celebrities” to join the family in their lineup of activities. Some of these personalities even include the original Conjuring survivor Andrea Perron, Susan Slaughter from “Paranormal Caught On Camera,” and “Ghost Writers” author Sam Baltrusis.
Interested viewers can live stream the video coverage from the website after paying the viewing fees of $4.99 (approximately 252.10 PHP) for the one 24-hour viewing session and $19.99 (around 1,090.90 PHP) for the weeklong live feed.
Learn the full details of the Conjuring house live video viewing sessions here.
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