Do You Have What It Takes To Camp At ‘The Conjuring’ House? Now You Can Find Out!
The house was supposedly haunted by Bathsheba Sherman, who lived in the house back in the 1800s. It was made famous (or is it infamous) by the 2013 box office smash hit, "The Conjuring."
This place seems like the perfect place for my daughter, Tara to visit. She's fascinated by the paranormal, in fact, she has her own YouTube channel called "Paranormal Girl." For her 16th birthday, Tara decided to stay at one of the best haunted hotels in the country (and it's in our own backyard), the Fainting Goat Island Inn in Nichols.
Camping At 'The Conjuring' House
Now I'll have to see if see is interested in taking a little drive and spend some time camping at "The Conjuring" house. That's right, one of America's most notorious haunted house is now available for "GHamping (Ghosts+Camping).
There are eight ghost camping sites that can sleep around 4 people. The campsites are available beginning in June and going through October with a cost of $300-$400 a night.
You are encouraged to pack your courage along with your own equipment and get ready to investigate what might await in the dark...HAHAHAHA! There are different levels of frightfullness, depending on where you decide to GHamp.
The house is located about 4 hours away from Binghamton at 1677 Round Top Road in Burrillville, Rhode Island. They have a rated FRIGHT FACTOR (1-10) at every GHamping site, so you can decide on much "conjuring" you're in the mood for. Tara says "turn it up to 10." How about you?