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The Real-Life House From 'The Conjuring' Will Be Live-Streamed For An Entire Week

There are certain things that just seem like bad ideas to me — haunted houses, Ouija boards, seances... there are a lot of things connected to the idea of ghosts that just seem like inviting trouble.

There's a new live-stream that's going to combine all of the above.

'The Conjuring,' which came out in 2013, is one of the most popular horror movies of all time.

The Conjuring, which detailed the story of paranormal investigators attempting to discover the secrets behind a terrifyingly haunted farmhouse in Rhode Island, was based on a true story of a real house.

Now, thanks to an upcoming live-stream, you can get "an immersive and interactive look inside" that real house.

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The owners of the house, Cory and Jennifer Heinzen, who also work as paranormal investigators are planning on holding seances, Ouija board sessions, and speaking with a variety of guests via video chat over the course of a 24/7 week-long stream of the house.

According to the Darkzone website, one of those guests includes Andrea Perron.

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Andrea Perron lived with her family in the home in the 1970s, and reportedly experienced so many paranormal events that she and her family had to move out. Their experiences with the home, and with paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, would actually become the basis for The Conjuring film.

Great! I can't wait to expose myself to all kinds of real-life horrors on a live-stream!

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The first day of the week-long stream will be free (May 9th), and after that it will cost you. If you're interested in joining the stream or if you know a horror buff who wouldn't miss it for the world, check out The Dark Zone's website.