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Real-Life ‘The Conjuring’ House Will Be Live-Streamed For One Week

Many people have been struggling to stay entertained during the Coronavirus pandemic. After all, most of us aren’t used to staying inside for so long due to all of the required quarantine happening around the globe. But for some it’s actually a little more difficult. In fact, for paranormal investigators Corey and Jennifer Heinzen, it can be downright scary. As you should likely already know – the husband and wife couple actually own and reside in the legendary The Conjuring house. As a result, they’ve been quarantining from within the allegedly haunted location as well. Now the two will be hosting a live-stream from within the house!

It appears that the live-stream will include cameras that have been planted all across the house which once belonged to the Perron family. The Heinzen couple will also be using the opportunity to attempt a variety of supernatural rituals – including seances and Ouija board sessions. They’ll also be performing traditional paranormal investigations while having other investigators communicate with the live-stream remotely in an effort to share their thoughts.

The series will only be available through The Dark Zone Network. The website is loaded with paranormal-themed content while also allowing for the community of lovers of all things paranormal to join in and interact with one another.

Audiences can check into the The Conjuring house live-stream – titled The House – from May 9 to May 16, courtesy of The Dark Zone Network. The interactive week-long series will be available 24/7 during that week.

In order to tap into a single 24 hour portion of the live-stream it will cost $4.99. You can also pay $19.99 in order to have access to the full week. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Coronavirus charities. Those eager to see what will be in store can access a free live preview on May 8 at 8 PM ET. You can also receive a discount on advanced tickets on May 1.

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