‘The Conjuring 2’: Watching It Can Haunt Your House Or Even Kill You
The Conjuring 2 is dangerous to watch, according to the Telegraph. It appears that watching The Conjuring 2 can get you killed or simply haunt your house. And while none of the scenarios sound like fun, there have been a few incidents worth being worried about.
Just last week, a 65-year-old man died right in a cinema while watching The Conjuring 2 in India. The death took place at the Sri Balasubramaniar Cinema in Tiruvannamalai, which is located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Man in India reportedly dies while watching 'The Conjuring 2': https://t.co/4UaEogv9Zh pic.twitter.com/kjR79wOsQP
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While watching The Conjuring 2 in the cinema, the man complained of chest pains and then fainted. He was then taken to a nearby hospital, but doctors said he was already dead. But the most interesting part is that his body has gone missing.
Not only the body, though, but also the person who transported his body. Meanwhile, doctors want his body to be transported to the Tiruvannamalai Government Medical College Hospital for a post-mortem examination.
The story has understandably triggered quite a supernatural panic on social media, but many Conjuring 2 fans, especially those who have watched the film and are safe and sound, believe that there are rational explanations for both the death and the missing body.
And while such stories add extra horror to the film, many moviegoers sold their tickets after hearing the news. But it’s not the only supernatural incident surrounding The Conjuring 2. A video recently surfaced on the internet showing a woman allegedly getting possessed while watching the horror film, which stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson.
Woman gets possessed by demon while watching the conjuring 2???? pic.twitter.com/45toll7gUc
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The video, which was uploaded on Facebook last week, has been viewed over five million times. Many news sources have already reported the alleged possession as fact. But some social media users claim that the video allegedly showing possession was recorded in 2013, long before The Conjuring 2’s release.
But it appears that not only viewers of The Conjuring 2 are in danger of encountering paranormal activity but also stars of the film, according to the Turn to 10. Patrick Wilson, who plays the lead character in the film, says his house could be haunted.
'The Conjuring 2' star Patrick Wilson says his house could be haunted: https://t.co/3DMPzI6DRP #LiveOnFOX45 pic.twitter.com/r5IIGzpCjN
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Wilson starred in the first part of the film, released in 2013, and he reprised the role of paranormal investigator Ed Warren in The Conjuring 2. And while everything went fine after the first movie, there is something about the second installment that has paranormal activity surrounding it.
Wilson is no stranger to horror films about all kinds of paranormal activity (the 42-year-old actor starred in two Insidious films), but paranormal activity after filming scenes for The Conjuring 2 got him and his family scared.
Turn to 10 reports that in his recent interview with the Independent, Wilson said he had heard kids’ laughter in his house.
“Unrelated to these movies, I’ve heard people on two different occasions say they’ve heard kids’ laughter in the middle of the night, in my house. And that used to freak my wife out.”
But when preparing to play his part in The Conjuring 2, Wilson asked Lorraine (played by Vera Farmiga in the film) about the meaning of kids’ laughter in the house. And all she said was that sometimes kids’ spirits “want to play.”
But that’s not the only case of paranormal activity encountered by the cast. During the filming process of the original film of The Conjuring, released three years ago, actress Joey King was developing bruises all over her body. And the most interesting part is that at one point of the film, her on-screen mother, Carolyn, wakes up with similar bruises.
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