While some of us may think “hey, this staying home stuff isn’t so bad,” one family’s situation is almost unthinkable, and they want to give us a front-row seat to their every day (and night) lives in the real-life setting. No, we’re not talking about the pantless Zoom in conference calls, dropped internet connections nor are we talking about the home-schooling headaches. THE HOUSE is set to live-stream on The Dark Zone Network. Think real-life Conjuring House.
Curious? From May 9 to May 16, The Dark Zone Network will live stream an interactive event 24/7. The experience will document the daily lives of Corey and Jennifer Heinzen, the current residents of the notorious haunted house that inspired the film, “The Conjuring,” which chronicled the paranormal experiences of the house’s former residents, The Perron family.
Just over a year ago, the Heinzens moved into the 18th-century farmhouse located in Rhode Island thinking they could handle whatever came their way; after all, they are paranormal investigators themselves. Almost immediately after the family moved in, paranormal activity began. From little movements and strange occurrences that soon reached a fevered pitch, and now they are inviting us all in to experience and help to figure out what lurks in the house with them.
If you’re at all curious about the house and it’s past, I dug up this interesting article. I’ll leave you to it.
Are you in? There will be a free preview on Friday, May 8th at 12 noon. Here’s the link: www.thedarkzone.tv
BTW, can someone explain WHY WHY WHY this STUFF comes into my inbox?
Here’s the teaser…