You may like scary movies and the sound effects of some very disrobing scenes inside the movie,”The Conjuring .You should be asking your selves, is it way way over the top?could this movie be based off of actual accounts,or is simply Hollywood’s remake of yet another scary flick?
The Conjuring 2 hits theaters on June 10th, Warner Bros. has released a short feature that showcases some of the actual recordings the Warrens had allegedly captured during their investigations that involved the Enfield Poltergeist case.
In theaters June 10, 2016, The Conjuring 2 is said to open with The Amityville Horror case. After, the sequel will tell of the infamous “Enfield Poltergeist,” which took place at a council house in Brimsdown village, borough of Enfield, England during the late 1970s.
Rounding out the cast are Frances O’Connor (“The Missing”) as the single mom, with newcomers Lauren Esposito, Patrick McAuley and Benjamin Haigh as her children; Maria Doyle Kennedy (“Orphan Black”); Simon Delaney (“Roy”); Franka Potente (“The Bridge”); and Simon McBurney (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation).
In addition to directing the film, Wan wrote the screenplay with Carey and Chad Hayes, and David Leslie Johnson.
The two movies The Conjuring,has been based on quite a few alleged discrepancies.Bathsheba was never a witch,but according to census taken and ancestry.com, the story house of darkness house of light itself may of been a figment made up of one said individual,if this is the said case,then the conjuring itself may be a total lie or may have been instrumentally over hyped.
In researching The Conjuring true story, we discovered that the suspected witch Bathsheba Sherman died as an old woman on May 25, 1885, roughly four years after her husband Judson Sherman’s death in 1881. Bathsheba lived to see her son Herbert, a farmer like his father, marry his fiancee Anna in 1881.
Various articles online will have you believe that her body “literally turned to stone” when she died, or that Bathsheba died from “a bizarre form of paralysis” that puzzled and frightened doctors. Their basis is never more than legend and local folklore (or internet rumors), and these same articles often state that Bathsheba had four children, all of whom died before reaching the age of four. However, U.S. government census records contradict this since we know that Bathsheba had a son, Herbert L. Sherman, who lived a long life as a farmer and had a family of his own. As for her three other children, we could only find an unofficial record of there existence on a public internet family tree that lists there names as Julia (born in 1845), Edward (born in 1847) and George (born in 1853). It is possible that they died before the next census was conducted. -Ancestry.com
Final synopsis,don’t believe everything you see and hear.Scary movies are great,but so are peoples imaginations.