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The Conjuring House: Home That Inspired "The Conjuring" Horror Movie Sold for $1.5 MillionThe haunted house that became the inspiration for the 2013 movie “The Conjuring” just scared up $1.5 million in sales. The 18th century Burrillville home was once the home of the family whose experience in the 70s made it into the storyline of the film. It was not where the movie was shot, but various horror-related activities are still being hosted there by its previous owners, Cory and Jennifer Heinzen.The couple sold the house to Jacqueline Nunez of WonderGroup LLC. Nunez and the Heinzens jointly announced the purchase on Facebook. She said she planned to continue the nightly paranormal investigations, day tours, and live streamed events that the Heinzens have conducted during their tenure. From The Boston Globe:... one of the conditions that the Heinzens set was that the new owner not live in the house year-round, “because the energy is so powerful,” Nuñez told the Globe later. “They put it in there as protection for the buyer.”Images: Barry Chin/Boston Globe#hauntedhouse #TheConjuring #horrormovies #ConjuringHouse #paranormal
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Forget Haunted House! Go to the Underground Haunted Cave In Lewisburg InsteadThe Haunted Cave in Lewisburg, Ohio, is 3,564 feet (1,114 m) long and 80 feet underground. The limestone cave also has something really spooky: 30,000 live bats!The cave once held the world record for longest haunted house (back in 2010), though that title has since been taken over by other haunted house attractions. Regardless, the Haunted Cave remains popular with Halloween visitors, and was named the Best Haunted Attraction in the United States in 2018 by USA Today's Reader's Choice poll.Not interested in scares? The Lewisburg Historical Society runs a historic wagon tour that explains the history of the limestone mine, with a good chance of seeing the bats.#hauntedhouse #hauntedcave #cave #worldrecord #bat #Ohio