The real-life house from 'The Conjuring' will be live-streamed for a whole week

trending 02/05/2020

Want to see some real-life creepiness caught on camera?  We’ve got just the thing for you - a week-long live stream of the house that inspired the creepy af The Conjuring. 

From May 9-16th, cameras rigged around the real-life house from the horror film will stream live footage 24/7, giving viewers the chance to see some creepy activity in real time. 

“The world is on lockdown and so is the family living in the house that inspired The Conjuring,” reads the official synopsis. “Watch as the Heinzen Family shows you how they live amongst the spirits while toughing out this worldwide pandemic.”

The live-stream titled ‘The House’ will document the daily lives of Corey and Jennifer Heinzen, the current residents of the Harrisville, Rhode Island, house at the center of The Conjuring movie. 

The Heinzens are paranormal investigators who moved into the house a little over a year ago, claiming that paranormal activity increased after they moved in. In 2019, they reported experiencing “footsteps, knocks, [and] lights flashing in rooms…that don’t have light in there to begin with.”

‘The Conjuring’ film, directed by James Wan, chronicled the experiences of the house’s former residents, The Perron family. The Perron’s lived in the house for ten years, with Ed and Lorraine Warren (introducing themselves as “ghost hunters, paranormal researchers, wackos”) investigating the property.  

During the livestream The Heinzens will speak with Andrea Perron, author and survivor of the original haunting, as well as Dave Schrader of The Holzer Files, Kristen Luman from Ghost Hunters, Susan Slaughter from Paranormal Caught on Camera, Patrick Doyle from Ghost Mine, Colin Browen from The Paranormal Files, and other guests.

The family will also conduct paranormal investigations, seances, and Ouija board sessions - so there will be plenty of horror-y goodness to sink your teeth into. “When paranormal activity happens, you’ll see it LIVE” says the promotion for The House Live. 

There’s a catch though: joining in will cost ya. A 24-hour viewing session will cost $4.99 USD - about $8.20 NZD - and the whole week will be $19.99 USD ($32.83 NZD). A portion of the proceeds will be donated to COVID-related charities, so at least you can do some good while getting your spook-fix.