American Conjuring

Synopsis: A family moves into an abandoned orphanage and they soon learn that their charming orphanage has a disturbing history and are convinced they aren't alone.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Dan Walton, Dan Zachary (co-director)
Production: Green Apple Entertainment
86 min


- Throw it to me.

- No me, Sarah.

Pass it to me.

- Hey, watch it.

I already have a broken wrist.

I don't need a concussion.

- Awe, loser.

Can't even throw the ball right.

Should have learned how to

throw a ball for your birthday.

- You're right, the

new girl is a loser.

She couldn't even

hit an elephant

if it was standing on her foot.

- I could too.

Why are you so

mean to me, Jenna?

- I'm bored.

I don't wanna play this

stupid game anymore.

- I don't know about

this, you guys.

Ms. Donna and Ms. Nina

said we weren't allowed in

the basement at anytime.

- You were supposed

to be here an hour ago

to help me with the party.

You know, it's Sarah's birthday.

She's only been here for a week.

You know, she still hasn't

settled in properly.

She's not getting on

that well with the girls.

She could really use this.

It would give her a

sense of belonging,

and a sense of family.

Get here in 30 minutes

or we're gonna have a problem.

No, I gotta call you back.

Oh my God.

- Well, there it is.

- What am I supposed to do?

- It's simple.

You go inside and look around.

Stay down there

for five minutes.

Macy will time you.

- Gotcha.

My watch keeps good time.

- Then what?

- Then you come out.

You're part of the club.

We go have some cake and punch.

- Five minutes?

- Five minutes.

- Donna's gonna

wonder where Sarah is.

- Shut up.

If she asks, we don't

know where she is.

- It's Sarah's birthday, Jenna.

She's gonna wonder.

- I said shut up.

We won't get in trouble

if you don't blab.

- Where's Sarah?

None of you girls

have seen Sarah

and you're all supposed

to be playing together.


I know you're always

up to something.

Where's Sarah?

- I swear, Ms. Donna.

I don't know where she is.

- Katie.

- Me neither.

- She said she was

going to the bathroom.

- Okay, well, why

didn't you say that

when I asked you before?

- Ah...

I didn't wanna get in trouble.

- Why would you get in trouble

for answering my question?

- I don't know.

- Okay, well, I gotta go inside

and get the Kool-Aid.

So if she gets back before I do,

you make sure she

doesn't go anywhere,

and I do not want to see

any finger trails in the icing.

You understand?

- We understand, Miss Donna.

- We won't let her go anywhere.

- Good.

You have been here for all

of the girls birthdays,

and I really need you

here for this one.

You know, Sarah likes you.

Yes, yes, I'm sure

you'll make it up to her.

Listen, just get here.



Good God.


- We're pinched for sure.

- No way.

She totally bought

Macy's bathroom story.

- She knew we were lying.

- That's because you acted

like we did something

when we didn't.

- Hey, here comes Sarah.

- Are you okay, Sarah?

- Yes.

- Sarah, are you all right?

- Sarah.




What have you done?

Sarah, what have you done?

- It was here at the

Carrington Orphanage

at 5980 Carpenter Road in

this building behind me

where the lifeless bodies

of three young girls

were found brutally murdered

at the hands of

one of their own.

Sarah Thompson was

only 11 years old

when she took a butcher knife

and attacked the girls.

Four years later, in a fit

of depression and madness,

she took her own life.

She claimed that she

was being haunted

by the ghost of the

house's original owner,

Hester Corbett.

Originally this building

was built in 1896

by Paul and Hester Corbett,

as they had plans

to set up roots

and start a family.

Unfortunately, Hester's

first attempt to have a child

was a still birth.

Devastated by the

loss, Paul left Hester

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