"The devil made me do it": The real story on which El Conjuro 3 is based

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Each of & # 39; Warren Record & # 39; The films are inspired by a documented paranormal event. James Wan, producer and director of past saga installments, has revealed how true the case will be based on the new movie of the successful franchise of terror.

In full promotion of her latest movie, "Aquaman", Wan expects some details of the plot of The Third File of The Warren File (The Conjuring), which this time will be directed by Michael Chaves, also responsible for the still unpublished film of terror "La Llorona". "It is the first time the story is not based on an object, as in the two previous films, it has been taken directly from Ed and Lorraine Warrens archives," James Wan explains.

"It was the first time in America's history that an accused used demonic assets as an argument to defend his innocence," Wan said. The former director of other releases by Warren File refers to the case of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, sentenced to 20 years for the first degree murder in the case & Devil Made Me Do It & # 39; (The devil made me do it & # 39;).

The name of this real thing gives an idea of ​​the future argument about File Warren 3 & # 39; and how the narratives will change in relation to other installments in the franchise.

The file rescued by Wan from the Warren files for the new movie to The Conjuring, tells the bizarre story of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, the first accused of murder, who in an ordeal used the demonic possession as an excuse for his criminal liability after killing to the landlord.

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The story comes from the Glatzel family and their 11-year-old son, David. The boy suffered from nightmares and very strong sign changes, even now physical injuries. When her condition worsened, her sister Debbie wanted to take care of David and asked her partner to wait for everything to be resolved. Her boyfriend's name was Arne Cheyenne Johnson.

David Glatzel's condition worsened weeks later, and the family contacted Lorraine and Ed Warren for suspicion of a possible demonic presence in his son's body. The couple Debbie were present in one of the young David's exorcism, and scoffed at the alleged paranormal shipments lying on the boy.

Warren, who terminated the case of David, asked to be seen at Arne Cheyenne Johnson, if anything strange happened to his behavior. Debbie and Arne finally moved into their new apartment, rented by Alan Bono. Johnson's character changed dramatically and he suffered the same symptoms as young David. Months later, he ended up killing his landlord, and at the trial he claimed that the devil, who took refuge in the body after being expelled by Warren by little David, forced him to do so.

The story of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, boy David and Warren will meet theaters on April 19, 2019, the release date scheduled for the third part of Warren Records.

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