Doco on the haunted house from 'The Conjuring' finds "incredible occurences"

scandal 16/08/2019

One thing scarier than a horror movie is a horror movie based on a true story. And 'The Conjuring' was just that. 

The spine-chilling 2013 horror film created by James Wan was based on the true story of the Perron family, who lived in the Harrisville home in the 1970s, and the famous paranormal experts Ed and Lorraine Warren. 

Now a two-hour documentary, a special episode of 'Ghost Adventures' is stripping away all the fiction and leaving only the true, creepy facts surrounding the Rhode Island farm. Eeeeek. 

While living in the house, the Perron family claim to have experienced small occurences like items going missing, strange noises and small piles of dirt in the middle of a newly-cleaned kitchen floor, as well as saying ghosts had appeared in the house. 

Carolyn Perron, a family member, apparently did some research into the history of the house, learning that another family had lived in the house for eight generations and that many of them died under mysterious circumstances.

Many of the children reportedly drowned in a nearby creek, one was murdered, and others hanged themselves in the attic. Gruesome stuff. So the family had the paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine come to the secluded farmhouse to investigate.

The family still stand by their claims, and one of the daughters of the Perron family features in the upcoming documentary.

Zak Bagans, one of the investigators on Ghost Adventures, spoke about the project on Twitter and revealed the team has uncovered new details surrounding the scary house.

You'll have to wait a little to find out exactly what the so called "incredible occurences" are though - the doco isn't due out until Halloween. 

We're intrigued though. Love a good real life haunting.