‘The Conjuring 2′ News: Demonic Nun Followed Moviegoer To Hotel?
More eerie and creepy experiences of moviegoers after watching “Conjuring 2” are coming out. The latest one involved a moviegoer seeing something sinister in his hotel room’s mirror after watching the movie.Advertisement
“Conjuring 2” fan Damian Ng Yih Leong narrated his scary experience inside the Imperial Hotel in Sarawak, Malaysia.
“So this just happened last night after watching ‘The Conjuring 2,” he wrote on Facebook. “We came back to the hotel room at about 2:30am. As we were too beat, we decided to nap first. At about 2:45am, Legacy Voronia decided to brush her teeth before continuing her sleep.”
“After brushing her teeth, she came out of the toilet asking me if I pranked her with a cross drawn on the mirror in the toilet,” added.
After realizing that they were not actually “pulling prank at each other,” he then went to the toilet to check on cross, which accordingly, “was freshly drawn, as I could see water creeping down on one side of the cross, and the stain is still fresh.” Could the demonic nun (who is getting a spinoff by the way) be haunting them?
Following this discovery, they immediately asked the hotel staff to transfer them to another room, and to their delight, no more “weird incidents” ever happened again.
If this seems too farfetched and you believe paranormal activities only happen in movies, it is worth remembering that “Conjuring 2” is inspired by a disturbing real-life story.
According to Yahoo! UK, based on the account of photographer Graham Morris, the events that inspired the release of “Conjuring 2” started when he was asked by The Daily Mirror to travel to Enfield to cover a story about the supposed haunted house.
In 1977, Morris was sent to the London council house to look into the reported paranormal activities, including the levitation of the 11-year-old and 13-year-old Hodgson sisters.
“With the levitation pictures, the camera was set up in the room, I was downstairs, it had a motor drive on to shoot sequences of pictures, and I was downstairs listening to the tape recorder – I could hear what was happening, any squeaks or bangs in the room – I would take a picture,” he said about the inspiration behind the production of the “Conjuring 2” movie. “When I looked at the pictures later on, that shot came as a shock to me as much as anyone else.”