No, seriously. This place feels like the setting of a scary movie.

You know that part of horror movies when the family approach their new fixer-upper home that was (unbeknownst to them) the site of some horrible tragedy? Then the dog mysteriously won't go inside, the kids start seeing strange stuff, and so on? You get it.

That's the exposition for The Conjuring, and this place totally gives the same energy. Only this house isn't in Rhode Island, like the real Conjuring house. It's in Pittsburg, New Hampshire.

With a roof and porch that look like they're going to collapse any second, broken and boarded windows, damaged siding, a random couch out front, and a laundry list of other issues, this creepy-looking home is in quite the state of disrepair. It's the type of property where if you took a picture of the home and saw a creepy figure peering out of an upstairs window, it wouldn't be a shock.

The house seems to be sitting by itself in the middle of an empty field, which makes it all the more ominous.

According to First Lake General Store in Pittsburg, this house was built in the 1850s and remained in the same family for generations. That family still owns it, but no one has lived there for over 20 years.

It may be unsettling, but that's just what makes this place eerily fascinating and a popular subject for photographers.

Warning: Please note that under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so, you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

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