We launch our ‘Bathsheba: Search For Evil‘ interviews with Jenn and Cory Heinzen. That’s right – the people who bought the famous Conjuring house as seen on Bathsheba: Search For Evil had a seat with Jim and discussed ghost hunting, relationships, evil, spirituality, and attachment of spirits to people. If you ever wanted to get into the psyche of someone who was brave enough to buy a haunted house, then this is your moment!
Plus, don’t forget to catch Jenn and Cory Heinzen on Bathsheba: Search for Evil to hear more from the Heinzen family and, of course, the OGs of Haunt – the Perron family. Bathsheba: Search for Evil is scheduled to re-air in the lead up to Halloween on Saturday, October 30 at 3 p.m. ET and Saturday, October 31 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on T+E.
What is Bathsheba: Search for Evil?
Bathsheba: Search for Evil ventures back-in-time to recognize one of the most insidious demonic possessions as it shows audiences the chilling true story behind James Wan’s supernatural horror film and worldwide phenomenon, The Conjuring. The documentary special begins on the present-day Arnold Estate, where the film was set. As activity continues to be felt in the home today, paranormal investigator Erin Goodpipe, quelling her own fear, travels to the Rhode Island farmhouse to explore claims made in the Hollywood movie starring Vera Farmiga. Bathsheba sets the record straight on the Perron family’s true story versus the Hollywood happy ending and unearths archives of the world famous paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren, who attempted to help them. The entire Perron family were terrorized by an evil paranormal presence, a 19th-century ghost believed by many to be a witch named Bathsheba Sherman, who allegedly haunted generations of families that had taken residence within her remote grounds. Anchored by first-hand accounts from the living Perron family members, Bathsheba sets out to separate fact from fiction, discovering the truth that lies beneath the blockbuster film.from T+E – pic from WSJ