Buckle up; things are about to get spooky. If you're a fan of The Conjuring, you can now watch the real-life house on live stream for a week.
Starting this Saturday, May 9, Dark Zone Productions will open the doors to the Heinzen's spooky house with an exclusive live stream.
Are you brave enough to watch The House Live? Viewers are set to get a 24-7 'interactive look' inside, with a chance of seeing ghosts and demonic activities live.
The week-long event aims to raise funds for three COVID-19 charities: World Cental Kitchen, Gary Sinise Foundation, and Global Giving.
The Perron family famously owned this house in the early 1970s. And some of what the family experienced inspired 2013's hit horror movie.
Hit horror was close to real-life events
The film follows the Perron family as they endure the demonic presence in their home.
The family initially started seeing things moving on their own, items going walkabouts or missing, and spotting ghostly apparitions around the house.
It later turned out that eight generations of another family had lived in this same house. That was until a staggering number of the family members died mysteriously or under suspicious circumstances.
The Heinzen family, who are paranormal investigators, now own the house.
Since moving in, they've reported 'footsteps, knocks, and lights flashing in rooms' that don't have 'light in them.' The family even installed CCTV cameras to confirm their suspicions.
The official synopsis for the week-long event reads:
"The world is on lockdown and so is the family living in the house that inspired The Conjuring."
"Watch as the Heinzen family shows you how they live amongst the spirits while toughing out this worldwide pandemic."
"You will get an immersive and interactive look inside the real conjuring house. When paranormal activity happens, you'll see it LIVE."
"From seances to conjurings, there is a full week's schedule of planned activities, investigations, and tests to perform, plus a full roster of paranormal celebrities who will be joining the Livestream - virtually visiting with the family."
Throughout the The House Live week, the organizers will:
"Conduct paranormal investigations, seances, Ouija board sessions, and invite some of the most well-known and respected luminaries in the paranormal community to pop in remotely and share their most bone-chilling experiences from the house."
The event costs $4.99 (£3.96) for a one-day coverage, but you can get the whole week for $19.99 (£15.87).
However, there'll be a free preview on May 8 ahead of the proper live-stream beginning.