Given the current state of the world, virtual tours and movie screenings have skyrocketed in popularity, and this upcoming virtual event may be of interest to fans of horror and the paranormal in particular. As reported by io9, the real-life house that inspired 2013’s The Conjuring will be live-streamed for a full week!
From 12pm (ET) / 9am (PT) on Saturday May 9th and running 24/7 for an entire week, The Dark Zone Network will host a 24/7 interactive live streaming event like no other, entitled “The House.” The week-long immersive experience will document the daily lives of Corey and Jennifer Heinzen, the current residents of the notorious haunted house made famous by James Wan's hit film, which chronicled the experiences of the house’s former residents, The Perron family.
"While many of us revel in the perks of an extended staycation, one family’s quarantine situation is almost unthinkable, and they want to give you a front row seat to see what their terrifying lives are like in the real-life Conjuring House.
A little over a year ago the Heinzens moved into the house thinking they could handle whatever came their way; after all, they are paranormal investigators themselves. Almost immediately after the family moved in, paranormal activity reached a fevered pitch, and now they need your help to figure out what lurks in the house with them."
Viewers can get a free preview on May 8th before having to pay in order to continue watching. The event will cost $4.99 for 24 hours and $19.99 for the whole week, proceeds will be donated to coronavirus-related charities.
You can check out a teaser for the event below and visit the official site for more details.