Horror movies probably still remain the most challenging entertainment to gaze at all alone, for if you do, you will have these constant nightmares invariably. And possibly the woes add up when you know that the following horror tale is based on true stories. Here are Horror Movies that are based on true events.
John bought a doll for his wife one-day devil worshippers attack their home and then up smearing the doll with blood the doll becomes possessed by a demon the devil worshippers were summoning and the story continues with the scariest possessed doll.
Annabelle the doll not only moved but could write too. About a month into their experiences Donna and Angie began to find penciled messages on parchment paper that read “Help Us” and “Help Lou”. The handwriting looked to belong to that of a small child. The creepy part about the messages was not the wording but the way they were written. At the time Donna had never kept parchment paper, on which the notes were written, in the house, so where did it come from?
2. The Entity (1982)
Barbara Hershey stars in the entity, a movie based on a true story in which Carla (Carlotta) moran is a single mother whose life is forever changed when she is assaulted by unseen forces. The popular movie, The Entity was based on the book written by Frank Defelitta and published in 1978. Defelitta’s book detailed the purported experiences of Doris Bither in Culver City, California, USA. Bither was battered and raped repeatedly by unseen forces, ghosts or demons intent on harassing and abusing her while some after off to paranormal investigators Barry taff and carry gayna found evidence of strange things going on there home including balls of light floating about to similar to electrical charges.
3. The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
There was no Emily rose but there was Anneliese Michel intense shaking and seeming the loss of control over a body led doctors to diagnose her with grand mal seizures however her behavior progress to include attacking family members drinking her own urine and freaking out over religious objects. In the summer of 1973, her parents visited a different priest to request to perform multiple exorcisms. According to the forensic evidence, “Anneliese starved to death”. Specialists claimed that if the accused would have begun with forced feeding one week before her death, Anneliese’s life would have been saved.she died because of pneumonia before the last exorcism had been 40 by that time could be performed.
4. The Girl Next Door
The movie detailed the story of teenage girls orphaned by their parent death who go to live with their and the woman holds them captive beating and torturing them she even lets her children break them. The film comes from the real-life case of Sylvia likens she was left with a family friend Gertrude Janiszewski while her circus performer parents traveled to go to terrorize Sylvia similar to the event in the film ultimately leading to Sylvia's death.
5. The Possession
The Possession follows a young girl who buys an antique box at a yard sale, After opening it her behavior becomes increasingly uncontrollable is she possessed or is she struggling to deal with the divorce of her parents one that houses a malicious ancient spirit called a dibbuk—an evil spirit from Jewish lore Currently the box is in the hands of a university museum curator by the name of Jason Haxton in the Still College of Osteopathic Medicine Museum in Kirksville, MO who has experienced some of the same illnesses and has also smelled the odd mixture of jasmine and cat urine like many of the other owners. The reason Haxton is interested in the box is because of its religious background. It is said that “a soul that has been unable to fulfill its function during its lifetime is given another opportunity to do so in dybbuk form.”
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