Madison Heinzen’s Haunting Encounters at “The Conjuring” House
Guardian of the Eerie Mansion:
Madison Heinzen, a 23-year-old woman responsible for the infamous Rhode Island farmhouse that inspired the 2013 horror film “The Conjuring,” has come forward to share her spine-chilling experiences within the house.
Despite the unsettling occurrences, Madison remains dedicated to her role as the “ghost host” at the farmhouse, continuing her family’s legacy as paranormal investigators.
Madison recounted her early days in the house, where she heard what she described as a “growl” from above her head.
The incident left her unnerved, especially since she was the only one who heard it.
Her initial reaction was one of trepidation, fearing that her actions might have angered the unseen residents of the house.
Haunted by Claps:
Another peculiar incident that shook Madison occurred while she was conducting an interview at the kitchen table.
Suddenly, two claps echoed through the room, startling everyone present.
She likened it to a scene from “The Conjuring,” where characters use claps to communicate and locate one another.
Even with surveillance cameras covering the house, the source of these mysterious claps remained elusive.
The basement of the farmhouse holds a particularly eerie reputation, intensified by its portrayal in “The Conjuring.”
In the film, blindfolded characters are subjected to eerie claps from strange locations, including the basement.
Madison’s fear of this part of the house remains strong, and she avoids venturing into it alone.
Shadowy Figures and Unbelievable Experiences:
Madison has also encountered shadowy figures within the house, describing one as having “no face, no features, no light.”
Despite these eerie experiences, she tries to view them as “unbelievable” rather than solely scary.
When guiding visitors through the house, she utilizes various equipment, such as dowsing rods and spirit boxes, to detect ghostly activity.
Dowsing rods, said to move in response to supernatural energy, and spirit boxes, which create static white noise for spirit communication, are among Madison’s favorite tools.
She claims to have heard spirits say her name and even childlike laughter during her time in the enigmatic house.
Madison’s unique connection to “The Conjuring” house makes her experiences all the more captivating, offering a glimpse into a world where the supernatural meets the real.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn