BURRILLVILLE – The family whose experience in a Burrillville farmhouse inspired a movie franchise has returned to town this weekend for a live-streaming event at the allegedly haunted property in honor of Halloween weekend.
Paranormal content platform The Dark Zone is sponsoring a three day reunion event, which began on Friday, Oct. 29 at the Harrisville farmhouse known by horror fans across the globe as “The Conjuring house.” Members of the Perron family, who lived at the nearly 300-year-old home in the 1970s, will interact with viewers throughout the weekend, answering questions and helping in the latest investigation.
The 2013 hit Warner Bros. movie was based on notes taken by Ed and Lorraine Warren on the family’s time in town, and New Line Cinema has since produced seven films in, “The Conjuring Universe.”
The day 2 schedule for the online event includes 24 hour broadcasting from the home, along with stories, interviews and an investigation starting at 9:40 p.m. Tickets cost $19.99 and can be purchased at https://thedarkzone.endavomedia.com/media/the-conjuring-house-a-homecoming-375613.
The house was purchased in 2019 by a couple from Maine and since become open to the public for various paid events, as well as featured on numerous paranormal films and programs. It was put on the market again earlier this month for $1.2 million and it is reportedly now under contract, with a sale pending.