You don’t have to break quarantine to spend time inside the real-life “The Conjuring” house, because from May 9th – 16th, The Dark Zone Network will be running a 24-7 live-stream.
The 18th-century farmhouse in Rhode Island is where residents allegedly died by drowning, murder, and hanging, and was made world-famous by the 2013 Warner Brothers released movie “The Conjuring.”
The live stream will document the lives of the current house owners, Cory and Jennifer Heinzen, who will have multiple cameras running so the viewers will have the complete experience. The Heinzen family will also conduct paranormal investigations, seances, Ouija board sessions and have invited some well-known experts in the paranormal community to share their experiences from that house.
For those of you who are interested in watching at thedarkzone.tv there will be a free live preview on May 8th at 8:00 PM EST, and after that, a 24-hour session of the stream will cost $4.99. While $19.99 will give you access to the full week. It’s also been confirmed that an undefined portion of the proceeds being donated to COVID-19 related charities.