This family lives in real-life 'Conjuring' house — and says paranormal activity remains

When you’re watching a scary movie, you can rest easy knowing it’s not real. But for one family who bought the real-life home in “The Con...


When you’re watching a scary movie, you can rest easy knowing it’s not real. But for one family who bought the real-life home in “The Conjuring,” that is simply not the case. 

Madison Heinzen has amassed a huge following on TikTok, thanks to her videos of the Harrisville, Rhode Island home — the site of real-life events in the 2013 horror film.

Heinzen’s home, which her parents bought in 2019, has documented claims of paranormal activity. She has also witnessed spooky happenings while living there and in one particular incident, she claims to have seen a ghost. 

“This happened last year when I was in the kitchen,” Heinzen starts out. “I was eating dinner by myself and I saw someone run by me. I caught it by the left corner of my eye, and all I saw was a veil and a skirt and it just vanished into thin air. This had all happened in a span of three seconds, and I just sat there in complete disbelief not knowing what to do afterwards.” 

Heinzen goes on to explain that when she told her parents of what she witnessed, they let her know that other people have claimed to “see her too,” describing the spirit as “a woman in a wedding dress.” 

Boston Globe reporter Amanda Milkovits, left, and her sister Susanne Carpenter, listen to a
Boston Globe reporter Amanda Milkovits, left, and her sister Susanne Carpenter, listen to a “Spirit Box” at the “Conjuring” house in Harrisville, Rhode Island on Oct. 14, 2020. The house, a 3,100 square foot farmhouse and 8-acre property made famous by the movie series that began in 2013, is open for overnight stays. The owners are Jennifer and Cory Heinzen, paranormal investigators.
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Heinzen’s parents, Corey and Jennifer, are paranormal investigators and bought the four-bedroom, two-bathroom farmhouse for $439,000 as a token of “paranormal history.” 

Initially built in 1736, the home, previously known as the Old Arnold Estate, is situated on 8.5 acres of land. 

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The “Conjuring” house in Harrisville, Rhode Island.
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Cory told the Sun Journal that they had witnessed “doors opening, footsteps and knocks” when they first moved in, adding that he had “a hard time staying there” alone.

“I don’t have the feeling of anything evil, [but] it’s very busy. You can tell there’s a lot of things going on,” he said.

“The Conjuring” is based on the real-life accounts of the Perron family, who lived in the Rhode Island home. Carolyn and Roger Perron, along with their five daughters, moved into the house during the 1970s where they first reported small, yet inexplicable events within the home.

Andrea Perron, the oldest daughter, revealed at the time, according to Screen Rant, that the seller hadn’t disclosed the location’s vile history of rape, murder and suicide, and only left the family with one warning as he handed off the keys: Leave the lights on at night.

Lili Taylor in a still from the film
Lili Taylor in a still from the film “The Conjuring.”
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It wasn’t long before these events escalated, such as bed shakings early in the morning, smells of rotting flesh, a broom moving from place to place and small piles of dirt that would appear after a freshly swept kitchen floor.

The Perron family girls outside the Harrisburg farmhouse.
The Perron family girls outside the Harrisville, Rhode Island farmhouse.
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The 2013 film, directed by James Wan, starred Ron Livingston as the dad, Roger Perron, and Lili Taylor as his wife, Carolyn Perron. Investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) attempt to help out the family haunted by the home’s spirits.

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