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The Exorcist

During the filming of the Exorcist many actors suffered injuries, the film set of the MacNeil home burned down in a studio fire and yet, the room known as ‘Regan’s Room’ wasn’t touched by the flames!  After the actual film was viewed by the audience there were wide spread reports of many of viewers falling mysteriously ill with bouts of fainting and vomiting. A church across the the street from the film presentation was struck by lightning causing the cross to the plummet to the ground. The actor who played Burhe – Jack MacGowran caught the flu and died of influenza shortly after. Before the end of filming a further 8 people lost their lives!

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Cursed or just bad luck, what do you think?

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  1. Cursed. I got a bout of PTSD after watching that movie!

    That I watched it at home when it came out on VHS, with the lights off, alone in my apartment except for 7 cats may have contributed slightly to it…..;)

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      1. I have never been able to sit down and watch Amityville, or read the book for that matter (and it was heavily embellished from what I understand). Poltergeist did me in with the chicken leg on the counter scene lol. I am a total wuss when it comes to horror 😉

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      2. I used to be able to watch horror all day every day, until it stopped literally 3 years ago with anabelle, now NOPE can’t do it.

        Amity was embellished and yet there is the true story behind it, spooky!

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