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The Conjuring house sould for $1.5 million way over asking price National

A Rhode Island farmhouse that was the reallife setting of a story that inspired the 2013 horror movie The Conjuring has sold for more than US$1.5 million 27 per cent above the original asking price. The Colonialera home was the site of an alleged haunting that plagued the Perron family in the 1970s. The details of their account were dramatized for director James Wans beloved flick.

The Conjuring depicts a family moving into their dream home in Rhode Island but they soon find themselves haunted by supernatural activity. The family hires paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren to deal with the malevolent  and violent — spirits. The house at 1677 Round Top Rd. in Burrillville R.I. is where the Perron family experienced the nowfamous haunting. The property has supposedly been the site of murders and suicides and a number of spirits are said to still haunt the grounds. Story continues below advertisement

But that didnt dissuade Boston real estate developer Jacqueline Nuñez one bit.
Nuñez made one of 10 offers for the threebedroom approximately 3100sq.ft. house in September 2021. The original asking price was $1.2 million but after some negotiation the bill of sale was signed for $1.5 million on Thursday. The sellers Jenn and Cory Heinzen bought the home in 2019 for S$439000 meaning the sale was almost 250 per cent more than the price they paid for it.

When the Heinzens moved in they told the Wall Street Journal that they spent four months keeping themselves to one room as a sign of respect for the spirits letting them get used to us instead of barging in. But still they experienced paranormal happenings. The Heinzens described seeing a blackcoloured figure one night. Story continues below advertisement Once we realized we were both awake and both seeing it it was gone Cory told the Wall Street Journal. The pair say they also witnessed flashes of light in rooms that didnt have lights in them and heard unexplained footsteps and knocking.

When the Heinzens sold the home to Nuñez they had one unique stipulation.
That was one of the conditions of the sale whoever bought this could not live here yearround Nuñez said via The Providence Journal. Story continues below advertisement Instead Nuñez will carry on the Heinzens business of running daytime tours and allowing paranormal investigators to occupy the house at night as well as running livestreamed events. This is a very personal purchase for me Nuñez told The Wall Street Journal. When it hit the market I thought This is a property that enables people to speak to the dead. Im not afraid of the house Nuñez added before jokingly saying Ask me again in a year.

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