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The Conjuring. Bathsheba Sherman's actual grave in Harrisville, Rhode Island.
The Conjuring Filming Location
The Old Arnold Estate was owned by the Arnold family through eight generations of their family. During that time, the family endured many tragedies over the years and many of their ghosts are said to still haunt the property. Many hardships befell the Arnold family and several deaths are reported to have happened on these many acres. Many studies, stories, and allegations have come of the hauntings at the Conjuring House. Most notable is the story of Bathsheba Sherman who is rumored to have practiced witchcraft, is described as an evil woman who beat farm workers and was responsible for deaths of several children who were under her watch. Unconvicted of her crimes, it is said that she hung herself on the property in a deal with the Devil.
The real Perron family lived in the farmhouse for approximately ten years. Located in the small country town of Harrisville, Rhode Island, Roger Perron and his wife Carolyn purchased the home in the winter of The acre property offered plenty of space for them to raise their five daughters: Andrea, Nancy, Christine, Cynthia and April. They moved out in June of Click to Enlarge The real Perron sisters top with their movie counterparts bottom in Our research into The Conjuring true story reveals that paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren acted as a consultant to director James Wan and the filmmakers. The film itself was mostly inspired by she and her late husband Ed Warren's case files and recordings dealing with the s Perron family haunting.