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[Photos via Hereditary/A24, It/Warner Bros., Jennifer’s Body/20th Century Fox, Scream/Dimension Films]

Social distancing due to the outbreak of coronavirus has led to us finding out new things about our habits. When people are stuck at home, they fall into new routines. Maybe you’re cooking a lot more, or maybe you’re one of those people who puts on real clothes to make yourself feel like an actual human. You’re probably also watching a lot of movies and TV, so you might need a new suggestion for a horror movie.

Therefore, we made a quiz to help you figure out which horror flick to watch based on your social distancing routine so we can all laugh at ourselves. You can take that below.

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If you’ve ever wanted to see the house from The Conjuring for yourself, the coronavirus pandemic isn’t going to stop you with virtual tours available for a week straight. Along with The Dark Zone Network, the owners are offering an interactive tour of the house for horror fans in May.

The Rhode Island property will be available for 24/7 livestreaming from May 9 to 16. The house is being “rigged with multiple cameras so the audience will have a completely immersive experience.”

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The Heinzens, who own the house, will “conduct paranormal investigations, seances, Ouija board sessions and invite some of the most well-known and respected luminaries in the paranormal community to pop in remotely and share their most bone-chilling experiences from the house.”

24-hour viewing sessions can be booked for $4.99, and if you want to get in on the action for the entire week, you can do so for $19.99. A portion of the proceeds will also be going towards a charity focused on COVID-19 relief efforts.

If you don’t want to shell out cash for the livestream event, a free preview is being made available May 8 at 8 p.m. EST. Discounted prices are also being made available on May 1.

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The house is said to still be haunted as the film was based on real-life events. The owners of the home where the film takes place spoke with Sun Journal last summer saying they believed it was actually haunted.

“We had doors opening, footsteps and knocks,” new owner Cory Heinzen explained. “I’ve had a hard time staying there by myself. I don’t have the feeling of anything evil, [but] it’s very busy. You can tell there’s a lot of things going on in the house.”

“This whole journey has been both scary—for many reasons other than paranormal—and exciting all at once,” Jennifer Heinzen added. “I love that we have the opportunity to share the home with others.”

You can check out a teaser for the event here.