Take a Look Inside the Real Conjuring House for One Week Only

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The Conjuring (2013) Picture: New Line Cinema/IMDB

The Dark Zone is kicking things up a notch and trying something new while everyone is cooped up at home during the pandemic. Are you bored with regular TV? Why not check this out?

Starting Saturday May 9 at 12 pm (ET) / 9am (PT), you will be able to live stream from inside The Conjuring house, the real one. No Hollywood sets or props here folks. The event will run for an entire week, 24 hours a day.

The Event

Dark Zone has this to say about the event:

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. They’ll hear from Andrea Perron – author, lecturer and survivor of the original Conjuring haunting, Dave Schrader of Darkness Radio and “The Holzer Files,” Susan Slaughter from “Paranormal Caught on Camera,” Brian Cano from “Paranormal Caught on Camera,” Colin Browen from “The Paranormal Files,” Patrick Doyle from “Ghost Mine,” Jay Verburg from “Ghost Mine,” Barry Fitzgerald from “Ghost Hunters International,” Joe Chin from “Ghost Hunters International,” Jimmy Church from “Fade 2 Black,” Bridget Marquardt “The Ghost Magnet,” The Outlander – Heidi Hollis from “Angels to Aliens,” Aiden Sinclair from “Illusions of the Passed,” Jay & Marie Yates of “Haunted Case Files,” Rick McCallum of “The Hollywood Ghost Hunters,” Sophia Temperilli “The Ghost Host,” Sam Baltrusis – Author of “Ghost Writers,” and so many more.


Check out the teaser if you dare…


The Dark Zone site doesn’t say how much tickets are yet, but if you sign up, they will send you a discount code by May 4, 2020. Their site says: “An account provides access to watch all DarkZone shows and exclusive content. It’s free, so why not sign up!”

I guess that means you are paying for this event exclusivity. The fine print also says a portion of the ticket sales will be donated to Covid-19 charities, it just doesn’t list which ones.

I’m really curious to see how many people tune in for this online event. Who knows, it might inspire some other ones because at this rate, we will all be spending a lot of time at home in the future.

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Erin Chapman

Erin is the host of the weekly YouTube show Morbid Planet. She resides in Vancouver, Canada with her two turtles.