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Owners of ‘The Conjuring’ house Sue Warner Bros.It’s about damned time to.


HARRISVILLE, R.I. — The owners of a Rhode Island farmhouse featured in the 2013 horror film “The Conjuring” are suing Warner Bros., claiming the film has left them with no privacy.

‘The Conjuring’ IS based on a ‘true story’…our story. However, the film is not based on my trilogy ‘House of Darkness House of Light’. It is, instead, based upon the case files of Ed & Lorraine Warren. … There are liberties taken and a few discrepancies but overall, it is what it claims to be — based on a true story, believe it or not.

Conjuring depicts the 18th-century farmhouse in Rhode Island where Roger and Carolyn Perron (Lili Taylor and Ron Livingston) and their five daughters allegedly were terrified and even possessed by spirits.

Ed Warren died in 2006, but Lorraine, now 86, was a consultant on the film and remains a paranormal investigator. She insists that many of the movie’s harrowing moments actually happened.

“The things that went on there were just so incredibly frightening,” she says, citing her own investigation

Home owners,suing Warner Brothers over said film and daily distractions of their Privacu,says warner brothers never notifired them of any said filmoing never let them know but mentioned prior owners,where folks knew =how to find the residence..

Home owners,suing Warner Brothers over said film and daily distractions of their Privacy,say’s Warner Brothers never notified them of any said filming never let them know but mentioned prior owners,where folks knew how to find the residence..

Sutcliffe told WPRO no one from the movie studio approached her or her husband prior to making the movie about their home. The film included the real names of the home’s previous owners, making it easy for fans to find the home.

What will not be part of the original article, was that one individual sourced the families address more then once.

Sources say the Warner Brothers executive,had not seen the lawsuit.

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/cde8f7ae068a4cbfa7461487f02d86c0/owners-conjuring-farmhouse-sue-warner-bros

HARRISVILLE, R.I. (AP) — The owners of a Rhode Island farmhouse depicted in the 2013 horror film “The Conjuring” are suing Warner Bros., saying it has created a real-life nightmare for them.

Norma Sutcliffe and her husband sued the filmmaker and others they say have made a “mockery” of their Harrisville home since the movie hit the big screen.

They say online videos show trespassers coming up to their house. They say they’ll never see peace and privacy because of the movie, about paranormal investigators helping a family that just moved into a secluded farmhouse.

Warner Bros. spokesman Paul Maguire said Monday that the company hadn’t seen the lawsuit.

Sutcliffe says they’ve posted signs to keep trespassers at bay, but people keep coming onto the property.

The couple is seeking unspecified monetary damages.

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/cde8f7ae068a4cbfa7461487f02d86c0/owners-conjuring-farmhouse-sue-warner-bros

Fox 40 reported,that because of the social attention the family home is constantly getting, passers by peer and peak into their  home at all hours of the night.They say they have no privacy now what so ever.

http://fox40.com/2015/10/27/owners-of-the-conjuring-house-sue-warner-bros/

HARRISVILLE, R.I. — The owners of a Rhode Island farmhouse featured in the 2013 horror film “The Conjuring” are suing Warner Bros., claiming the film has left them with no privacy.

Norma Sutcliffe told WPRO that she and her husband are kept awake at night by trespassers who peer into their home. Videos posted online show trespassers visiting the home without the couple’s knowledge.

The couple is now suing Warner Bros., claiming the film has caused them nothing but problems since its release.

Sutcliffe told WPRO no one from the movie studio approached her or her husband prior to making the movie about their home. The film included the real names of the home’s previous owners, making it easy for fans to find the home.

“The movie industry just didn’t care,” Sutcliffe told WPRO. “It really, really has taken away our entire sense of peace [and] privacy.”

The couple is asking Warner Bros. to cover the costs of a security system to help them feel safe on their property. The couple is also seeking unspecified monetary damages, according to WHDH.

Warner Bros. spokesman Paul Maguire told The Associated Press he had not seen the lawsuit.

By Kim Kalunian, WPRO News .

http://www.630wpro.com/2015/10/26/owners-of-the-conjuring-house-sue-warner-brothers/

The owners of the Harrisville farm house whose haunted history is depicted in the 2013 film “The Conjuring” are being plagued by unwanted visitors – and not the supernatural kind.

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Owners of ‘The Conjuring’ house sue Warner Brothers

Signs have failed to keep visitors at bay. Photo shared on behalf of Norma Sutcliffe.
Signs have failed to keep visitors at bay. Photo shared on behalf of Norma Sutcliffe.

By Kim Kalunian, WPRO News 

The owners of the Harrisville farm house whose haunted history is depicted in the 2013 film “The Conjuring” are being plagued by unwanted visitors – and not the supernatural kind.

Norma Sutcliffe says she and her husband are kept awake at night by trespassers who peer into their windows and sneak onto their property, trying to get a glimpse inside their home. Now they’re suing Warner Brothers.

“The movie industry just didn’t care,” Sutcliffe told WPRO in an interview last week. She said no one from Warner Brothers approached her or her husband prior to making the so-called “true life” movie about their home. She said because the movie creators used the real names of the previous owners and the actual location of her home in the film, people were easily able to find where she lived.

Since then, the people haven’t stopped coming.

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“It really, really has taken away our entire sense of peace [and] privacy,” said Sutcliffe, who said some people have become confrontational with her when she asks them to leave her land. She has signs posted to try and keep people at bay, but even that doesn’t work.

“I live my life at the window, my entire time I’m in this house, I don’t even lay down anymore,” she said.

Now she wants Warner Brothers to help her and her husband regain their sense of security. She said she and her husband want to stay at their beloved home of 27 years and would like to get a full security system to try and protect it. She said she knows life won’t ever be the way it was before the movie, but she wants to see if they can restore their sense of peace.

Sutcliffe also has another gripe with Warner Brothers: she says the whole film is a fabrication and her home isn’t in the least bit haunted.

“We’ve been victimized by a huge industry that just doesn’t care,” she said. “That’s the problem – this stigma will be on this house forever.”

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One thought on “Owners of ‘The Conjuring’ house Sue Warner Bros.It’s about damned time to.

  1. Think they should have thought about that before they had the movie done.

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    Posted by littlemissxmas | November 26, 2015, 1:41 pm

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