People can now camp at “The Conjuring House” in Burrillville, Rhode Island, a location once deemed too powerful to live in.
This new trend called “GHamping” combines ghostly encounters with camping. Tent reservations on the property are available from June to October, with several dates still open.
However, this is not your typical camping experience.
The website recommends bringing a respectful offering and invoking protection against anything suspicious.
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Eight different camping sites are offered, including spots near an extraterrestrial portal, a pet cemetery, and “The Floating Regrets Tent.”
The latter is located deep in the woods near a river and is associated with ghostly tales of deceased children. Participants will have access to most of the 8.5-acre property.
The website warns campers to expect encounters or sounds of wildlife such as foxes, snakes, coyotes, bats, frogs, turkeys, chipmunks, ticks, birds, mosquitoes, and other mysterious creatures lurking in the dark.
However, cell service and internet connection may be unreliable during the stay.
The cost of camping ranges from around $300 to $400 per night.
The house was purchased in 2022 for $1.525 million by Jacqueline Nuñez, a Boston developer with a profound fascination and belief in the paranormal.
Due to the house’s “powerful energy,” the previous owner had imposed a condition that it cannot be lived in year-round.
Legend has it that the house is haunted by the presence of Bathsheba Sherman, a former resident in the 1800s.
Nuñez plans to run day tours and allow guests to book overnight stays for paranormal investigations. The house’s intriguing history and countless reported happenings contribute to its mystique.