Buy a haunted house? It’s not for everyone, but for someone! Meet the new Jacqueline Nunez, a developer who lives in Boston. According to The Wall Street Journal, Jacqueline is the new owner of Rhode Island a house that inspired a horror film about the supernatural Spell. The 58-year-old bought the property for $ 1.525 million, which is 27 percent more than the original ticket for $ 1.2 million.
“I believe the house chose Jacqueline just as it chose us. It wants her light, ”said Andrea Perón, whose family lived in the house from 1971 to 1980.
Aside from the property, Andrea’s family and the studies of Ed and Lorraine Warren also inspired Spell. Andrea described several encounters while living there, trans WSJ. In one incident in 1974, Andrea says she saw her mother Carolyn Peron, who sailed before flying across the room. Although Carolyn hit her head, Carolyn recovered within an hour and never remembered the moment her daughter was said to have injured her.
Jacqueline Nunez bought the house for $ 1.5 million
Jacqueline, however, bought the property from Jen and Corey Heisen. The couple bought a 3,100-square-foot home in 2019 for $ 439,000. It has three bedrooms and is located on a grassy 8.5 acre area surrounded by tall forestry on all sides. To get from Providence, you need a 40 minute drive to the city of Harrisville.
Like Ed and Lorraine, Jen and Corey are also researchers of paranormal phenomena. And their sale stressed that along with a list of conditions they require Jacqueline to fulfill in order to close the deal. They needed an interview. The house should be used as a business with nightly visits and paranormal investigations – a business model similar to Haisens ’tenure. They also asked a new buyer to make reservations by the end of 2022.
And for the protection of Jacqueline Haisen asked her not to make this place her home. Based on the experience of living in a barn, Jen shared with WSJ that living there was “so emotional”. On the other hand, Jacqueline believes that home is “a booster of our energy, moods and beliefs”. She does not think that there is a demon in the house, and so far she is not afraid to become its new owner.
Report: Erica Mailman
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