The house that inspired James Wan’s The Conjuring was officially placed on the market this week. For only $1.2 million, you could own a piece of paranormal history.
The 14-room farmhouse sits on an 8-acre lot in Burrilville, Rhode Island. The home consists of three bedrooms, one and a half baths, kitchen, multiple living areas, and a library. It was listed with Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International. The house has seemingly unlimited potential in the hands of the right owner, especially if they dare to try and capitalize on the home’s haunted history as the current owners have.
Jenn and Cory Heinzen are paranormal investigators who have been renting out the property to other investigators and paranormal enthusiasts since they purchased the house. Potential buyers should be advised that they are booked solid through the end of 2022, so if you’re planning on moving in, you might have a wait on your hands if you aren’t prepared to hand out some refunds.
The house has stood since 1736, but did not gain a reputation for being haunted until the the 1970s when Roger and Carolyn Perron moved into the home with their daughters. They soon reportedly found themselves in the midst of a terrifying haunting that threatened to tear their family apart. They eventually called in Ed and Lorraine Warren to investigate the events.
The Warrens believed the home was haunted by the spirit of a witch named Bathsheba Sherman. The Heinzens also believe the home is haunted but from an entirely different source, and really there’s only one way to find out, right?
Would you dare buy the haunted home? Want to live out your own version of The Conjuring? Check out the home’s official listing by CLICKING HERE.
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