Transcript for Homeowners Sue Over Horror Film
We are back now with "The speed feed" and a real-life house of horrors for one Rhode Island couple. ABC's David Wright has our story. Reporter: For the owners of this rural Rhode Island farmhouse the troubles started with the 2013 horror movie "The conjuring." About a pair of real-life ghost hunters -- We prefer to be known simply as ed and Lorraine Warren. Reporter: -- Investigating evil spirits. The film supposedly based on true events. The filmmakers shot it at a different house but used her real name and the name of the town and ever since the movie came out, the new owners of the farmhouse say they've been haunted. Not by poltergeist but by horror fans and curiosity seekers. We heard about this place from the movie. Just wanted to take pictures from the road. Reporter: Now the homeowners have filed suit claiming while the makers of "The conjuring" have profited enormously from the film, they received nothing but a conjuring-instigated siege of their property. Speaking to "Inside edition" they said. If it needs this type of publicity or a lawsuit to get it out that is my main goal is to get it out that this stuff is made up and take the stigma off this house. Reporter: We reached out to the studio who said they hadn't seen the lawsuit, but it's out there. You better believe it. For "Good morning America," David Wright, ABC news, new York. You're so happy right now. She discussed the entire movie with me. I'm scared all over again. He saw it too. It's a really good horror movie. For somebody that doesn't like horror movies, I agree. All right. So, no movie for us.
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