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The haunted house from The Conjuring sells for $1.5 million

The haunted house featured in the popular 2013 horror film The incantation was sold for $1.5 million.

Built in 1736, the home sits on a secluded 8.5 acre estate 40 minutes from the city of Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

It was sold Thursday by Jenn and Cory Heinzen, who bought the home from Andrea Perron in 2019 for $4,39,000. Perron’s family lived in the house between 1971 and 1980 and claimed to have witnessed many supernatural activities. The Perron family sought the help of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, on the basis of which the film was made.

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The new owner of the house is Jacqueline Nuñez, a real estate developer living in Boston. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Nuñez hopes to work with Perron and use the property as a “learning center” where interested parties can “connect with the spirits.”

While discussing the purchase, Nuñez told the US newspaper, “This is a very personal purchase for me. When it came out, I thought, “This is a property that allows people to talk to the dead.”

Interestingly, Nuñez’s future plans align with what Jenn and Cory Heinzen did with the farmhouse. The couple had rented the property to paranormal investigators. They told the newspaper that one reason they sold the house to Nuñez was because they wanted someone who would use the property to continue the business they had started. One of their stipulations was that the buyer was not allowed to stay overnight in the property “in the interests of his own safety”.

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