‘The Conjuring’ House Is For Sale In Rhode Island Only For…

When’s a more fitting time to put up a spooky property for sale than the weeks leading up to Halloween? Just take a look at the haunted house in Rhode Island that actually inspired the cult classic movie, The Conjuring, directed by James Wan.

Here’s the story: Back in the 19th century, there was this eerie farmhouse on 1677 Round Top Road in Burrillville, Rhode Island. Legends say it was home to a witch named Bathsheba Sherman. She supposedly did some seriously dark stuff, like sacrificing her own newborn to the devil and then leaving behind a curse on the land. Creepy, right? The Perron family owned this farmhouse back then, and they went through a bunch of spine-chilling experiences. So, they called on Ed and Lorraine Warren, who were experts in paranormal investigations, for help in 1971.

This historic 3,000 square foot house in Harrisville is now one of the most famous haunted houses in the whole United States. Guess what? It’s up for grabs at $1.2 million, listed by Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty. And here’s the fun part: this place is a hot spot for amateur ghost hunters and folks who love chasing after paranormal mysteries. They come here hoping for a taste of the supernatural, all thanks to its spooky history and links to the occult.

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