The Conjuring Trailer with the Real People


This is The Conjuring Trailer that features members of the real Perron family on which the movie is based. This preview is the third trailer and is essentially the TV spot interspersed with clips of family members speaking about the actual haunting of their Rhode Island farmhouse.




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Andrea Perron Reviews <em>The
Conjuring</em>
Andrea Perron Reviews The Conjuring

After attending an early screening with her sister Cindy, author Andrea Perron offers her review of the The Conjuring movie, which was based on the haunted Rhode Island farmhouse that she lived in as a child. She praises the movie for taking the unique approach of looking at their real-life story from the perspective of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Andrea Perron Revisits the Farmhouse
Andrea Perron Revisits the Farmhouse

Andrea Perron, author of House of Darkness House of Light, revisits the farmhouse of her childhood and talks with current owner Norma Sutcliffe. Many images of the inside of the house and the property are shown. Norma discusses her own paranormal experiences in the house and her interest in purchasing the historical property, which included its haunted history.

The Real Perron Family Speaks
The Real Perron Family Speaks

The Perron family is interviewed in conjunction with the promotion of Andrea Perron's book House of Darkness House of Light. Included in the interviews are mother Carolyn Perron, father Roger Perron, and daughters Andrea and Christine Perron.

The Conjuring Trailer 2
The Conjuring Trailer 2

This is the second trailer for The Conjuring. The movie is based on the case files of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, which document the Perron family's supernatural experiences at their farmhouse during the 1970s.

The Conjuring Trailer 1
The Conjuring Trailer 1

If you only watch one of The Conjuring movie trailers, choose this one as it's the scarier of the three full-length previews. It features Lili Taylor as Carolyn Perron, playing hide-and-seek with her daughter in their home. She quickly realizes that someone (or something) else is playing too.