Coinciding with the release of New Line’s upcoming The Conjuring sequel, discovery+ will pull back the curtain on the true story of the infamous “the devil made me do it” case in their latest Shock Docs Special.
Shock Docs: The Devil Made Me Do It examines all of the details involved in the Arne Johnson murder trail and the paranormal phenomenon that occurred before and after the murder, and includes never-before-seen interviews with the family, Ed and Lorraine Warren, the defendant’s lawyer, and local police.
Matthew Butler, general manager of the Travel Channel, says that “The ‘Shock Docs’ franchise has quickly become a powerhouse for the paranormal genre and fans can’t get enough of this long-form storytelling format. Knowing the true events behind iconic tales of terror, and then hearing directly from the survivors and eyewitnesses makes them all the more believable, and no longer a ghost story. The incredible saga of the Glatzel family, their work with the Warrens, and the subsequent anguish and pain make this factual documentary scarier than fiction.”
Shock Docs: The Devil Made Me Do It premieres on discovery+ on June 11.
The Conjuring sequel of the same name debuts in theaters and on HBO Max a week earlier on June 4.
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