Nuns are scary. Even before we met the demon nun Valak in The Conjuring Part 2, secretive societies of cloistered, religiously fanatics always carry undertones of horror; nuns also stoke a fear of female power, power in numbers, and the ineffectuality of masculinity. They represent the enforcement of theological ideologies under penalty of corporal punishment. Nuns are even scarier when they’re dead; the idea of a ghost Nun denied entry into Paradise has harrowing implications.
Our friends at Frostmare TV have a substantial database of unexplained, potentially paranormal photos and videos, which they explore in spine-chilling detail. Because of the inherent spookiness of nuns, one of their most shocking items is a video of a purported ghost nun staring out the window of an abandoned convent (The Old Convent of Claremoriss) slated for demolition.
While not everyone is convinced the video below is definitive proof of life after death, everyone agrees it’s scary as fuck! Have a watch—with the lights out (if you dare!).
Official Synopsis: An eerie video was discovered that shows a Real Ghost Nun on Tape. People believe the Ghost Picture is real. During a demolition, a camera crew captured the ghost footage; they were pretty surprised, to say the least.
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Meanwhile, Valak is getting her own feature film in the form of a spinoff currently filming in Eastern Europe.
Corin Hardy is set to direct New Line’s “The Nun,” a spinoff to the film “The Conjuring,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. Written by Gary Dauberman and James Wan, “The Nun” will be produced by Wan and Peter Safran. Hardy’s most recent credit includes “The Hallow,” which he directed and wrote. He was signed on to direct Relativity’s “The Crow” remake but parted ways with the project last March.