Sat, Oct 28|
Centenary University Sitnik Theatre
Andrea Perron: House of Darkness House of Light
The true chilling accounts that inspired the movie "The Conjuring" are shared by eldest daughter Andrea Perron.
Time & Location
Oct 28, 3:00 PM – Oct 29, 4:30 PM
Centenary University Sitnik Theatre, 715 Grand Ave, Hackettstown, NJ 07840, USA
About the event
The perfect way to kick off Halloween!
This years marks the 10th anniversary of the movie The Conjuring, dubbed by some critics as one of the scariest supernatural horror films ever created. The movie is based upon the real-life investigations of The Perron family home, led by the nations most well-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Andrea Perron reveals that the movie was only 5-10% accurate. "“There was no point in making a film so horrifying that it literally runs people out of the theatre," said Perron in the podcast The Unseen Paranormal. She adds, "The movie studios had to tone the real story down. It was too scary for the public." In her trilogy House of Darkness House of Light, Andrea shares the haunting tales that her family endured for ten years growing up in a home she calls "a portal cleverly disguised as a farmhouse."
Andrea will be at Centenary University discussing her real childhood experiences growing up in what some believe is the most famously haunted home in the United States. She will then be available for meet and greet and book signings. New Jersey Paranormal will be hosting a ghost tour of Centeary University's Seay Administration Building for a very limited number of guests following the discussion. Tickets must be purchased seperately. It is highly encouraged to book early. all three NJP ghost tours this year sold out in a weekend!
Oct 29, 4:30 PM
General seating. First come. first serve. Handicap accessible seating is available.Price optionPriceQuantityTotal
+$0.63 service fee
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