Top 10 Scary Occurrences That Happened At The Real Life Conjuring House
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Top 10 Scary Occurrences That Happened At The Real Life Conjuring House


Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing
Channel on the Internet. I am your host, Rebecca Felgate and today
I am talking about the Top 10 Scary Occurences that Happened at the Real Life Conjuring House. I am pretty scared…so I have worn all my
bright colours to keep the ghosts away! So for those of you that don’t know – The
Conjuring movie is based on a haunting that happened at a farmhouse in Harrisville which
attracted the eyes of Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the children who lived in the house,
Andrea Perron, wrote a book about her experience in her House of Darkness trilogy. She claims the movie toned things down so
that it could reach a wider audience. Blimey. So… we are about to find out some of the
scary occurrences but before we do I want to ask if you believe in ghosts. I am a scientific girl…. But… something inside me still believes. The New Owners
Conjuring house has just been purchased by paranormal investigators Gory and Jennifer
Heinzen who could not resist the opportunity. Cory moved in before his wife and set up recording
equipment to see if he could track the many ghosts said to haunt the property…however
he has claimed that he is terrified of being there alone. The Heinzen’s recently spoke to the press
in August 2019 and Cory said: We’ve had lights flashing in rooms, and when I say lights
flashing in rooms, it’s rooms that don’t have light in there to begin with.When something
takes a painting that’s on the wall and not only knocks it down, but it actually knocks
it down at an angle that it lands on something and it’s all upright, it’s really difficult
to debunk it.” The pair claim to have seen a black mist,
heard voices and unidentified footsteps. With a paranormal investigator in the home
it seems like we will likely be hearing more from the property! Stay tuned I guess! The Next Owners
Andrea Perron claimed that Everyone who has lived in the house that we know of has experienced
this. Some have left screaming and running for their
lives. When asked to give an example, she claimed
that the people who bought the house off the Perron Family and begun restoration on the
property had a horrifying experience that they didn’t want to speak of. Speaking to the Tallapoosa Journal, she said:
“The man who moved in to begin the restoration on the house when we sold it left screaming
without his car, without his tools, without his clothing. He never went back to the house and consequently
the people who owned it, the adjacent landowners, never moved in and it sat vacant for years.” I wonder what happened to him? Apparently he was not keen to speak to the
press or anyone about the house…ever again. Seven Dead Soldiers It seems that during the Perron families time
in the home, a particularly nasty spirit began haunting eight-year-old Cindy in her bedroom. The apparition reportedly was childlike and
repeated over and over again that there were seven dead soldiers buried in the wall.” Creepy. Rhode Island, where the house is, was once
the battle ground between British, American and French Forces in the 1778 Battle of Rhode
Island which killed 68 people and left a further 68 missing… As we know the house was first established
in 1736 so perhaps the soldiers buried her are from the times of conflict seen by the
eastern New England states. The Bangs and Shakes
The most common occurrences in the house are said to be banging doors, objects shaking
and at times even the house shaking. The Perron children would awake to spirits
shaking their bed and occasionally they would wake to their hair or legs being yanked. The new owners of the home have also reiterated
that the house shakes. An earthquake in Rhode island is unusual,
but not unheard of…although it seems this quake only effected the Harrisville farm! The Phantom Flies
In Andrea Perron’s book she wrote that the house would be suddenly and inexplicably infested
with flies at strange times. She explained that houseflies would appear
deep in the middle of winter – flies of course are far more common in the warm humid
months of the year…and for those of you familiar with the harsh winters of New England,
that certainly isn’t the climate up there! Andrea referred to these flies as The Devil’s
Pets and she claimed that there would be so many of them they would form clumps. In her book she wrote: clusters of them huddled
together, as if plotting the next move.” She claimed: “It was far more than infestation. It was manifestation.” She then added that strangely the flies would
disappear as soon as they appeared. When the Warren’s arrived to investigate
the house, Lorraine claimed that the flies were there with a prupose, they were an omen…a
harbinger of evil to come. Blimey. The Uninvited Guests
What are you realistically more scared of ….ghost intruders or…err… real intruders. The whole Conjuring saga deals with unwanted
spirits but it turns out the owners before the most recent were utterly plagued by creepy
fans trying to catch a glimpse of the supposedly haunted house. Owner Norma Sutcliff spoke out against the
intruders, saying The biggest fear is every day we live with the fact, we don’t know what
may happen.” She said she received calls in the middle
of the night and threats that people were going to burn her house down because it is
full of evil. Norma claimed she did not believe the house
was haunted and had lived in peace in the property since 1987. That peace was disturbed when the Conjuring
movie franchise shone a light on her home. Speaking to Inside Edition Norma said said:
EDITORS CLIP. She claimed that a=strangers have pulled down
her fence The Blood Orange
In Andrea’s book, she discusses the haunted kitchen in more detail. It seems that there is one particularly horrifying
story from the room involving a time that food in the home was …I mean…I guess poisoned
by evil. She claims her mother Carolyn started peeling
an orange when she saw blood trickling from it. She first thought she had accidentally cut
herself with the knife she was peeling with but could find no wound. To keep her youngest daughter from wandering
in and becoming frightened, she hastily cleaned the blood from the sink and floor and threw
the “bloody orange” in the bin. Some skeptics believe that the orange was
just a California Blood Orange….. but… to be honest I have HAD a blood orange and
its juice doesn’t look or smell anything like actual blood! The Arnolds
Before the Perron family moved in to the home, it was known as the Old Arnold Farm. It seems that eight generations of the Arnold
family lived and died in the house …. Emphasis on the died. It seems t hat the Arnold’s were met with
A LOT of bad luck and untimely deaths. It is claimed that of the previous residents,
a lot of them died under suspicious circumstances or committed suicide. It is said that one of the previous tenants,
93 year old John Arnold, hung herself in the barn. This narrative has actually been crossed with
the story of Bathsheba the witch in the movie in the Conjuring and is refenced in this scene. Editors clip – The Perron Family believe that
one of the spirits that haunted the home was that of Johnny Arnold who had allegedly committed
suicide in the home. It is said that He would watch over the family. He would appear to the children but as soon
as they made eye contact he would disappear. The Séance
One of the scariest moments in the Conjuring movie is the séance in the basement. It seems that this is based on a REAL life
event when Ed and Lorraine Warren visited the house. Andrea speaks about it in her books and has
also spoken about it in a number of interview, including for San Antonio living in 2014. She said that the real séance took place
in the dining room and was much scarier than anything the audience of the movie were shown. EDITORS CLIP 1. Andrea says that the medium accidentally invited
something nasty in to the home. CLIP 2. Andrea continued by saying: Whatever attacked
her was not of this world. It spoke through her in a language that was
not of this planet. Bathsheba Sherman
The Harrisville House is allegedly haunted by a number of ghosts and ghouls but the most
prominent is “Bathsheba Sherman”. Born in Rhode Island, the woman married fellow
Rhode Islander Judson Sherman in 1944 and later the pair had three children that died
before the age of seven and a surviving child, Herbert. Suspicion that Bathsheba grew that the woman
was a witch when a child mysteriously died in her care…. It seems that the child’s head had been
stabbed with a sewing needle. Bathsheba died an old woman and it is said
that her body literally turned to stone on her death. When the Perron Family lived in the property,
mother Carolyn said she had been stabbed while sitting on the sofa. When she examined the wound, it looked as
if a large sewing needle had impaled her. When Ed and Lorraine Warren visited the home
they claimed to have strongly felt the Witch’s presence. It is said that Bathsheba Sherman cursed the
land so that whoever lived on it in the future would die. All this being said…. It seems like the Harrisville haunting was
nothing… when asked to compare the Harrisville farmhouse to the Amityville house, another
famous Ed and Lorraine Warren case, she said: Amityville was horrible, honey. It was absolutely horrible,” said Warren. “It followed us right straight across the
country. I don’t even like to talk about it. I will never go in the Amityville house ever
again. You don’t know how long my career is; that’s
the only one…. So perhaps instead of a part two to this video,
we should create a Top 10 Scary Occurrences that happened at the real life Amityville
House! Comments from the Top 10 Mysterious People
in History Part 4 Random Gaming said: This is perfect to watch
after a stressful day at school!!!!?????? Yeeeey! School! Ahh! Enjoy! I want to tell you life gets less stressful
when you’re my ripe old age… but… well.. I guess the stress is different… and these
days I can buy things without asking my mum…. Which is one thing! Oof Com said: Yayy Iove you Rebecca felgate! You’re so fun and amazing! Oof… you the best! Some of you enjoyed my accidental spitting! Dean Friedel said: I love rebecca but im not
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