One of the most notorious movies in recent horror film history has been The Conjuring. The movie, based on a real life paranormal investigation made by Ed and Lorraine Warren, made the Burrillville, Rhode Island house it was inspired by a landmark. As such, its current owners, Cory Heinzen and his wife Jen, are currently offering those interested to stay at the iconic Conjuring house. And, to stay at the 284-year-old house, visitors have to pay $125 per person. This gains the individual(s) access to stay in the house and the surrounding grounds from 6 PM to 8 AM.
Here’s what Cory Heinzen previously told The Providence Journal about the opportunity:
“It’s not a bed-and-breakfast. It’s not a hotel. It’s a haunted house,” said Heinzen. “We have cots that people can rest on,” adding that those interested in sleep can still do so. “Usually, it’s the designated driver.”
Of course, if you want to stay at the iconic Conjuring house, you’ll have to book way in advance. In fact, the next available openings are at the end of the year. But that should hopefully work better, as when the house previously opened last year there was little fanfare due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Hopefully by the end of this year, however, things will have cleared up a bit in that regard and visits to the house will carry on smoothly. You can visit the official website to book your stay at the house beginning the end of this year.
And if you can’t wait to stay at the Conjuring house, or you won’t be able to stay at all, you’ll still have the next movie in the Conjuring franchise to look forward to. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is currently scheduled to be released this year on both HBO Max and in theaters.