Woman who owns the real-life Conjuring home says it is still haunted by spirits

Whether you’re a horror movie lover or hater, we can all agree that one of the best parts of watching a good old scary movie is being able to turn it off knowing it’s not real.

Except, that’s not the case for one family, who own the real-life house which inspired the spine-tingling 2013 horror movie The Conjuring. It really is like living in a scary film.

For those who don’t know, The Conjuring was actually based on a true story, according to the events laid out by Ed and Lorraine Warren, who were called on to investigate paranormal events.

One such job led them to a farm house in Harrisville, Rhode Island in 1971, where it’s alleged a series of spooky and spiritual events took place.

From murder to exorcisms, regardless of whether you believe the events of the movie to be true to life or a work of fiction, the house where it all began is still standing, and its owner says it’s very much still haunted.

Madison Heinzen, whose family still owns the home, regularly takes to TikTok to share details about the iconic horror house and the so-called ‘spirit entities’ which are believed to still inhabit it.

“This is the real-life Conjuring house, based on a true story, this home inspired the movie The Conjuring. To this day, the home is still haunted by several spirit entities,” she explained in one clip.

“We’ve opened the doors for the public to visit, for those who dare to enter.”

Anyone who has ever seen the 2013 film will be familiar with the crooked-neck lady, who haunted the Perron family and those who visited the home before them.

According to Madison, they have had several spiritual investigators visit the home in recent years, who have either seen the crooked-neck woman or detected her in some way.

Madison, how on earth do you sleep at night?!