The Conjuring opened this summer to rave reviews and was so popular among viewers that New Line Cinema immediately made plans for a sequel. Starring Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, and Lili Taylor, The Conjuring is based on one family’s real experience with a terrifying presence in their Rhode Island farmhouse and the paranormal investigators who try to help. In July, I wrote about paranormal activity surrounding The Conjuring. Here’s the story behind the people and house depicted onscreen.
Based on true events, The Conjuring is an upcoming horror flick about a Rhode Island family terrorized by evil spirits. A trailer for the film (below) offers plenty of scares, but it seems the movie’s cast and crew experienced plenty of frights themselves. Production notes from Warner Bros. describe a number of the strange events that occurred during the making of The Conjuring.
Keeping with the Amityville theme, here’s a famous ghost picture from the infamous Amityville horror house. The story goes that the photo was taken during an investigation helmed by well-known demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Warrens said no one was home during the time of the photo. Believers speculate the boy is the ghost of a murdered DeFeo child or a demon in disguise. Critics have suggested the “boy” is actually a member of the Warrens’ investigation team, Paul Bartz. What do you think?
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