ATLANTA — The eerie vibes continue on one Newnan street, as film crews work on the third installment of the “Conjuring” film series.
Production has been going on for several weeks on Greenville Street at the Victorian Parrott-Camp-Soucy House, and as fall comes, the location is becoming a magnet for residents exciting about the upcoming season.
A-Scene Insider Nadine Marzullo shared recent photos in our A-Scene Facebook group.
Earlier in the day, she mentioned that she was looking for locations where movies have been made in the area.
"I’m down in Newman now and going to be downtown today. I know filming doesn’t usually happen on the weekend but I was just wondering if anyone had seen any filming today," Marzullo wrote.
The conversation sparked interest in other movies tied tom the location.
Marzullo wrote in the comments, "It was also in The Odd Life of Timothy Green." Dawn Lockard added, "and a Jack Black movie was filmed here, too. The house with the clock in the wall......or something like that!"
But many of you have asked us what's it look like inside? Here's a peek!
This 1842 Victorian Estate with four bedrooms is just part of where stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson and Ingrid Bisu are filming scenes for the movie.
Sightings of the film’s basecamp signs "C3" were also spotted in Palmetto, Buckhead, Stone Mountain Park and Atlanta.
Directed by Michael Chaves, “Conjuring 3” is based on a true story that has previously followed paranormal investigators. The franchise’s third installment (or the eighth entry in the Conjuring Universe) is due out in September 2020.
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