The Conjuring, The Real Story of Ghost Disorder

Narrated in 1971, Roger and Carolyn Peron’s husband and wife moved to an old farmhouse in Harrisville, Rhode Island and brought in five of their daughters. On the first day of the move, everything looks fine except for their dog who keeps on barking and is afraid to enter the house. After dinner, their children played hide-and-clap and by chance, one of Roger’s daughters found a basement.

In the morning, Carolyn wakes up with a strange bruise on her body. Even more terrible, their dogs were already dead outside. Since then the ghost terror in this house began. Like a door opening and closing itself, the voice of a clap but there was no sighting until the attack intensified when Carolyn was locked in the basement and an evil spirit of an old woman attacked her eldest daughter. Follow the horror of this family and find out what is bothering them by watching it through