The eerie reputation of the Conjuring series and the real-life haunted house that inspired it took a modern twist as a Tesla driver and passengers claimed their car detected ghosts in a cemetery adjacent to the actual Conjuring house.
Equipped with advanced sensors capable of displaying information about nearby objects, including pedestrians, Tesla vehicles added a supernatural layer to their features. In a chilling viral clip, the Tesla driver navigated through the graveyard, and human-shaped figures mysteriously appeared on the car’s GPS screen, creating a ghostly encounter. The Instagram page that shared the video captioned it, “Driving a Tesla through a cemetery next to the real Conjuring house.”
The video quickly gained traction, sparking various reactions on social media. Some expressed genuine fear, while others injected humor into the situation. Comments ranged from pondering the technology behind proximity data gathering to questioning the Tesla’s ability to discern tombstones from people.
One user humorously remarked, “Poor spirit is so confused which way to go.”
Another questioned, “What type of tech is used to gather proximity data?”
Adding a touch of skepticism, an individual suggested, “You should never drive a Tesla. That’s it.”
While some pondered the limitations of technology in distinguishing stone blocks from people, others mused about the hypothetical capabilities of ghosts. The debate even extended to considerations of using Tesla in haunted places, reminiscent of scenarios seen on paranormal investigation shows like Ghost Adventures.
The Conjuring movie, released in 2013, recounts the chilling experiences of the Perron family in the haunted house during the 1970s.
The family sought help from paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, portrayed by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. The film captures haunting encounters with spirits, including the infamous Bathsheba Sherman, a witch believed to have resided in the house. The Perron family faced mysterious incidents like disappearing objects and shaking beds, adding to the eerie lore surrounding the real-life Conjuring house.