This house in Rhode Island, where the Warrens conducted the investigation in the 70’s, has just been sold but will no longer be inhabited.
The house that inspired James Wan’s horror movie (even though it wasn’t filmed there) is a real estate bargain! Jenn and Cory Heinzen bought the house from The Conjuring in 2019, and have just sold it for a 200% capital gain!
‘The Conjuring’ House In Rhode Island Sells For $1.525 Million https://t.co/VHlbUnRJBn
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Paranormal investigators by profession, like the Warrens (played by Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson) Jennifer and Cory Heinzen purchased this old 19th century farmhouse, known as the Old Arnold Estate. At that time, the couple managed to buy this 300 m2 located at 1677 Round Top Road in Burrillville, Rhode Island, for only $439,000. The reason for this low price? Its macabre past and the spirits that played tricks on the Perron family during the 1970s…
Moreover, the Heinzens assure us that evil still reigns in these places, according to Deadline. They, too, saw paranormal activity within the mansion and their daughter, Madison, shared all of this in TikTok videos, according to the New York Post.
Supernatural reality or sinister staging, in any case, the Heinzens sold the house in question by realizing a sacred capital gain! A real estate developer saw the potential of the estate. Jacqueline Nuñez eventually purchased the property for $1.57 million. But she won’t live in it, per the Heinzens’ request. Instead, she will organize tourist events there with the former owners, the famous Perron family (Lili Taylor played Carolyn Perron and Ron Livingston played Roger Perron in The Conjuring). “It’s a property that allows people to talk to the dead”assures Nuñez about the house…