BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (TND) — Would you go camping at The Conjuring House?
Well, you can do just that, as outdoor camping experiences are now available at the home made famous by the 2013 horror movie.
The house, which is located in the small Rhode Island town of Burrillville, is allegedly haunted.
This is your chance to experience what has earned The Conjuring House its legendary status," according to The Conjuring House's website. "The spirits are calling...are you brave enough to answer?"
The "ultimate paranormal Outdoor adventure" incorporates ghosts and camping -- or what's being dubbed as "GHamping." Guests will need to pack their bags -- as well as a whole lot of courage -- get ready for paranormal activity investigating.
Our new GHamping experience will take you beyond the walls of The Conjuring House and immerse you in the land for an unforgettable overnight investigation within the walls of our 3-4 person tents," the website notes. "With only 8 sites available, these are the perfect base for your overnight adventure in this iconic location. Visitors are to bring their own equipment to investigate what might await in the darkness because this excursion is sure to test your capacity to experience the paranormal."
The eight campsites were rated on a "FRIGHT FACTOR" of 1-10, so guests can better plan their evening.
Twenty dates from from June to October are available starting at $300 per night.
There have been existing overnight bookings at the house, with guests staying within the home. Tours of The Conjuring House, which are led by experienced guides, are also offered.
"You'll journey through the infamous house and learn about its history, and the spirits that remain here," the website notes.
The house -- made famous by the Ed and Lorraine Warren case files -- is the actual home of the Perron Family hauntings. The family lived there throughout the 1970s and claimed they witnessed paranormal activity.
Our family lived among the dead for a decade. The farm, known to us as the old Arnold Estate, was where we all came to understand that we are not alone and there is something beyond our mortal existence, though none of us can tell you precisely what is or where we go after death," Andrea Perron notes on the website.
Learn more at theconjuringhouse.com.