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The Conjuring

A family is beset by a series of wrathful wraiths after they move into a colonial farmhouse. When the ghosts begin to target their young daughters, they hire a pair of paranormal investigators to end the haunting once and for all. The Conjuring’s poster boldly proclaims that it’s “based on the true case files of the Warrens.” So who are the Warrens, anyway? The real-life couple, Ed and Lorraine (played in the film by Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson), were American paranormal investigators that founded the New England Society for Psychic Research in 1952. The Warrens’ 10,000-plus career cases include the alleged haunting depicted in The Conjuring. In 1971, Roger and Carolyn Perron moved into a colonial farmhouse in Harrisville, R.I., with their five daughters, and quickly began experiencing what they described as both haunting and spiritual possessions. They invited the Warrens to the farmhouse to investigate. Over the nine years they lived in the house, the Perrons described spirits, both harmless and angry, that “stunk of rotting flesh” and routinely arrived at 5:15 a.m. to levitate their beds.

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