[Trending Now] Video Caught Real-Life Possession of Possessed Girl in Conjuring 2 in a TV Interview! This Will Make You Lose Sleep!
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t seen Conjuring 2, one should definitely be reminded to come prep...
If you haven’t seen Conjuring 2, one should definitely be reminded to come prepared for some serious thrills and scares for the entire duration of it.
For those who have already seen it, it is not new to find themselves curious of what really happened in real life.
Here’s how that interview with the possessed and the TV reported went down.
In the scene where Janet, played by Madison Wolfe, was sitting on a sofa with her older sister, Margaret (Lauren Esposito), and is interviewed for a news program, the supposed demon briefly possesses her, talks in a ghastly voice, and demands that he wants the family out of the house.
During the Margaret and Janet Hodgson interview that aired as part of a TV special in 1980, Janet is asked how it feels to be haunted by a poltergeist. "It's not haunted," Janet replies smiling. Her sister smiles in astonishment, as if Janet just gave up a secret, and whispered, "Shut up!" through muted giggles. Janet later said she didn't feel that the poltergeist was evil, meaning that the house wasn't necessarily "haunted."
It is possible that the whole Conjuring 2 is a hoax, or maybe an exaggeration of what really transpired in real life.
According to the Daily Mail Online, Two experts from the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) caught the children bending spoons themselves. They also found it strange why no one was allowed in the room when Janet was talking in her possessed voice, which was supposedly that of Bill Wilkins (among others).
Janet herself admitted that some of the Enfield haunting events were fabricated.
In 1980, she told ITV News, "Oh yeah, once or twice (we faked things), just to see if Mr. Grosse and Mr. Playfair would catch us. They always did."
In an article that was published in the year before the release of The Conjuring 2, Janet said that roughly two percent of the paranormal activity in their Green Street home had been faked.