Though it was one of the most critically acclaimed and fan-praised horror movies released last year, The Conjuring has proven more recently to be one hell of a controversy magnet. As we told you earlier this month, a lawsuit is currently threatening the future of planned sequels to the film, with Evergreen Media Group claiming that Warner Bros. doesn’t have the rights to the Ed and Lorraine Warren case files that they’re planning on delving into.
As the fate of those sequels hangs in the balance, the owner of the Rhode Island home where the events of The Conjuring allegedly took place has recently spoken out about the film, revealing that it’s a complete work of fiction, despite the claims that it’s based on true events.
In case you haven’t seen the movie, the basic gist of the story is that the Perron family was terrorized by a malevolent entity back in the 1970s, with paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren taking on their case. The James Wan-directed film is based on those case files, though Norma Sutcliffe insists that the entire story was a fabrication. There was no malevolent entity, she says, and nothing out of the ordinary ever went down in her home. The Perrons are real, as are the Warrens, but their stories of satanic rituals and paranormal hauntings are simply untrue, Sutcliffe claims.
After doing extensive research into the history of the home, and the people involved in the stories, Norma Sutcliffe has put together a fascinating hour-long documentary, intended to reveal the truth and keep nosy tourists away from her private property. If you’re a fan of the film, it’s a must-watch video, which reveals a side of the story we haven’t ever heard before.
Who’s telling the truth? Who’s trying to sell us on a pack of lies? Watch the video below and decide for yourself!