Monday, September 16, 2013

The Myth-Busting Continues: The Conjuring – Wednesday, September 18, 2013

By Kirby Robinson

The case behind The Conjuring. Not since The Exorcist has a horror film that had any ties to a real case [outside of maybe the Texas Chainsaw Massacre] captured the attention of America. The Perron family moved into an historic home in rural Rhode Island, enduring 10 years of haunting by dark spirits. We'll be discussing Andrea Perron's lengthy book series House of Darkness House of Light: The True Story. A third book will be released next month in time for The Conjuring's DVD release. Here's a link to Andrea Perron's Amazon page.

Of course, Ed and Lorraine Warren once again play a part within this story.

Over the course of our 2 hours together, we’ll study as much information as we can. This is information that the supporters of these hoaxes DON’T want you to know.

Tune in learn the truth and make up your own mind.

As a weekly feature, Kirby will also share some book reviews and recommendations, as well as his infamous incredible "BAD BAD Thing Awards."

Showtime begins at 7 PM [PST] or 10 PM [EST].  See this page for more information:

Here’s last week's show: Adios, Ghosts! The Myth-Busting Continues…

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1 comment:

Jennifer Auld said...

As always, excellent blog my friend. I often wonder if people who are in fact frauds realize no one will believe any sort of true evidence due to so much crap I see on you tube and online that is highly suspect and most very obvious it is false? Or the ones who can't do this work unless they are on camera or on air radio. So many claim to be in this for the right reasons even though they started when the paranormal was mainstream but yet they seek exposure and kiss ass to certain people in order to create a false image of "minor fame/importance". It's sickening. It truly makes me SICK. I miss the days we had to hide what we did and or believed.