We've been scared out of our seats with Anabelle, The Nun and all the chilling otherworldy encounters discovered by ghost-whisperers Ed and Lorraine Warren in The Conjuring Franchise. Loyal fans of the movie series have been patiently awaiting the couple to bring us all new scares. We don't have to wait much longer because The Conjuring 3 plot has finally accounced its release date along with the curiosity-provoking title.\nThe Conjuring (2013) gained an insane amount of box office success, leading The Conjuring Universe to create a sequel and and even scarier spin-offs like The Nun and Annabelle.\nThe movies are actually based on true events experienced by Ed and Lorraine Warren, two American Paranormal investigators in the 1950s and 1960s. These dramatized events have been brought to life on the big screen and fans are eager for more.\nThe Conjuring 3 is expected to have us jumping in our seats more than ever before, with the Warren couple (played by Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson) uncovering all new spooky paranormal frights.\nView this post on Instagram Boo. 👻 A post shared by Patrick Wilson (@thereelpatrickwilson) on Dec 9, 2019 at 5:02pm PST\nBoth lead actors, Vera and Patrick, posted an Instagram photo yesterday revealing the title and release date of the new movie. The official trailer isn't release yet but this YouTuber who creates trailer concepts made a timeline from the previous films in case you need to catch up.\nThe Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It is the title for the new film, which is set to hit theaters in September 2020. We have a bit of a wait, but we're thinking it'll be totally worth it.\n#TheConjuring pic.twitter.com/qZaE9HmOu6— Alex 🦋 (@AlexMitchiex13) December 8, 2019\nThis fan agrees, posting a super relatable GIF of an excited little girl with the caption "Can't wait!!!"\nThe plot revolves around a man who's been convicted of murder and claims to have been possessed by a demon at the time of the crime. Set your calendars for next fall because we're expecting the Warrens to have us sleeping with the lights on.\nView this post on Instagram ❤️🎥🎭🍻 A post shared by Vera Farmiga (@verafarmiga) on Aug 15, 2019 at 9:11pm PDT\nThe thrilling saga has been on set in Atlanta for the better part of the year and filming is finally over. Vera even took to Instagram in August to express her relief that the hard work is done.\nShe used cutesy animated art to convey, "I love my work husband but it's a wrap. Thank God" accompanied by dancing champagne glasses that insinuate some post-filming celebratory drinks.\nView this post on Instagram Etymology: Anna (Hebrew) GRACE Belle (French) BEAUTIFUL From our family to yours, enjoy @annabellemovie June 26 @theconjuring @newlinecinema @wbpictures @creepypuppet #patrickwilson @mckennagraceful A post shared by Vera Farmiga (@verafarmiga) on Jun 21, 2019 at 7:47am PDT\nCelebs are constantly swarming Georgia to film big productions, including Chris Pratt (The Tomorrow War) and the lovable cast of Stranger Things, so be on the lookout.\nThere are stories everywhere! If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Facebook and Instagram.