The first trailer has been released for The Sleepless Unrest and it’s safe to say we won’t be sleeping for weeks.
The documentary, which takes us through the doors of the house that inspired the Conjuring films, follows a team of paranormal investigators – led by filmmakers Kendall and Vera Whelpton – as they explore the chilling property.
Not only do they have a wander around the Rhode Island home, they set up camp there for two weeks, in a bid to catch all the paranormal activity on their own cameras.
Like a terrifying version of Big Brother…
As creepy music plays over footage of doors banging all over the place, a message reads: ‘The home that inspired The Conjuring film unlocks its doors.
‘A real paranormal experience in the world’s most haunted house.’
The Sleepless Unrest is already giving us sleepless nights (Picture: YouTube)
The stars came up against some odd paranormal scares (Picture: YouTube)
A voiceover could be heard saying: ‘We had been warned something bad is still here.’
Cameras then pan over ominous shadows, as another star replies: ’At night time it can be dark and sinister.’
The official synopsis reads: ‘The haunted house that inspired The Conjuring films has recently been sold and is now open to paranormal investigations.
‘A small group of close friends is invited to move in and document a real haunted house for two weeks.
‘Filmmakers Vera and Kendall Whelpton, along with their paranormal investigator friends Richel Stratton and Brian Murray, immerse themselves deep into the experience.
‘With hopes of capturing real paranormal evidence day and night, the team will investigate and document the house best known for a seance gone wrong, with a possible demonic possession.
‘Do spirits still haunt this home or is it something more sinister?’
Fans will get a closer glimpse into the house when the documentary lands on On Demand next month – with a channel yet to be confirmed in the UK.
Until then, we’ll be scaring ourselves silly watching the trailer on repeat.
The Sleepless Unrest documentary will be released on July 16.
Credit: Original article published here.