The haunted house of real life that inspired adjuration has sold. Strangely enough, the new owner agreed to the seller’s requirements not to live in the house. Potential home buyers have been forced to interview sellers to make sure they meet their requirements. It is a strange requirement to sell a house in which you cannot live, which I do not even think can be enforceable, but the sellers say it is for the safety and well-being of the new owners.
This house is not for the living, it is for the dead.
adjuration is his story Perron familyhis interaction with the famous paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Murder, rape and suicide all took place at the residence. The description of the property claims that it should be haunted by his soul Batsheba Shermanwho lived there in the 19th century.
The 14-room farm is located on 8 acres of land in Burrillville, Rhode Island. I originally wrote about the haunted house that will be put up for sale for 1.2 million!
The Wall Street Journal reported that the new owner is a real estate developer from Boston named Jacqueline Nuñez, 58 years old. It was one of the top 10 property deals. She agreed to meet a single request from the sellers: not to live in the house for the good of the buyer.
“This is a very personal purchase for me,” Ricardo Rodriguez and Bethany Eddy of Coldwell Banker Realty in Providence told Jurnal Nuñez. “When it hit the market, I thought, ‘This is a property that allows people to talk to the dead.’
Nuñez says he will host events at home with the Perron family.
“I’m not afraid of home,” Nuñez told Jurnal. She added nervously, “Ask me again in a year.”