I release the conjuring 3 and what is the true story of the Arne Johnson case

This morning the trailer for The Conjuring 3, one of the most anticipated horror films, was released, so it quickly became a trend, that’s why we tell you all about it case of Arne Johnson, the murderer who claimed in court to have been possessed by the devil.

And, as the trailer shows, This third installment of the saga will move away from the haunted houses to explore another case, that of a murderer from Connecticut, which, in addition to causing much terror, was the first time in the history of the United States that a person claimed to have been possessed.

For their part, the Warrens, as in the other films, will have to face demons, but also authorities skeptical of the supernatural.

The Conjuring 3, The Devil Made Me Make It Release Date

Although the premiere of the film was scheduled for 2020, due to the pandemic the recordings and, therefore, the release had to be stopped.

Now Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, who give life to Ed and Lorraine Warren, they will be able to see the result of their film on June 4, 2021.

The premiere is scheduled to take place both in cinemas, as through HBO Max.

The history, inspired by a real case will be located in 1981 and it will describe the police persecution by a case of demonic possession.

Here we leave you the trailer of The Conjuring 3, the Devil Forced me to do it and below the story of the case that, being real, could give you all the spoilers of the film, so be careful.

Arne Johnson, the Killer Who Claimed to Have Been Possessed: The Conjuring Story 3

As we told you above, the case of Arne cheyenne johnson It is a historic case, as it was the first time that a court in the United States alleged that the defendant had been possessed.

On November 24, 1981, in Brookfield, Connectitut, Arne was convicted after murdering his landlord.

As the trailer shows, Arne claimed that the devil had forced him to commit the crime and, due to the Warrens’ fame, they participated in the investigation.

According to the Glatzel family’s testimony, an 11-year-old boy named David was possessed by the demon that forced Johnson to kill his landlord, named Bono.

After the exhaustion and fear of the family, they decided to call the Warrens, who excorcised David.

According to those present, the demon fled and entered the body of Johson, who several months later committed the crime.

What happened to Arne Johnson, was he convicted?

If you want to see the movie, you do not know about the case and you want to be surprised, perhaps it is better to stop, because you are about to find out what happened to Arne Johson, the Connecticut killer and maybe the end of the movie The Conjuring 3.

Johnson’s attorney claimed his client was possessed, but a judge said that defense could never be proven.

Johnson was convicted, even though he was only in jail for 5 years.

According to Arne himself, he does not remember anything, until he got to jail and asked what had happened. At that moment they informed him that he had murdered a man.