Would you have the guts to move into the Conjuring house? Believe it or not, this woman’s family owns the home from these well-known horror films.

Now, for work purposes, she sleeps there for a week out of each month. Madison Heinzen is sharing her life’s work on TikTok.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

During these weeks that she spends here, she is responsible for helping to maintain the property. She also helps to run all of the tours and hosts various events for patrons.

The home is located in the state of Rhode Island and has been a topic of public discussion for 50 years now. The Perron family began to claim that they were experiencing paranormal events back in the 1970s.

Photo: TikTok/@madison.heinzen207

All of these mysterious events served as the basis for the 2013 film The Conjuring. Heinzen’s family purchased the home in 2019 and eventually resold it for $1.5 million earlier this year.

“In the three years I’ve been involved there, I’ve had some very crazy paranormal experiences,” Heinzen said in a recent interview with Newsweek. “Some things I’ve experienced in the house are disembodied voices, shadow figures, doors opening and closing on their own, objects moving, and much more.”

Photo: TikTok/@madison.heinzen207

The video seems ordinary enough but the home has a certain nature to it that is hard to ignore. “Good morning, house,” she says. In addition to all of the cool-looking antiques, there is also an Ouija board and an Annabelle doll lookalike to scare everyone.

The comment section is filled with fright and we cannot say that we blame the people for reacting this way. Of course, all of this is probably old hat to Madison by now but for the rest of us? It is hard to fathom spending a serious amount of time in this house on a regular basis but once you’re used to being here all of the time, it must become commonplace.


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The fact that she sleeps here makes her braver than a lot of people that we know. You could convince us to take a tour and maybe even hang out for a little bit. Sleeping here, on the other hand? We are not sure if we would be willing to go along with that.

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