Sooner or later, you must have heard or read about the spooky stories from someone that might make you believe in the ghosts and spirits. Sometimes, the stories are the output of the creative minds while at the other times they are based upon the real stories. There are several numbers of places in India which are known to be haunted or spooky. Tourists who want to experience the adventure sometimes plan a trip to those places so that they can experience the paranormal activities.
Movies based on the real horror stories
A lot of spotted places are there around the world which is haunted. Local folks will tell you the most common stories linked with the spookiness of those places. Apart from this, there are the filmmakers who present the real based horror stories into the form of film. Some of the movies based on the real horror stories are:
- Scream (1996): The classic slasher flick is used with the light humour to describe a story of a man and the group of teens. The story is based upon the man who killed 5 students from Florida within 3 days.
- Open water (2003): this horror movie is based upon the real life story of a couple who had gone on the scuba diving off the Great Barrier Reef. They were left in an area that was highly encroached by the Sharks. After they were left but they had never returned. Their bodies were too not found.
- Annabelle (2014): The movie is based on the real life horror story. A nurse had received a doll as a gift from her mother. Gradually, the nurse notices that the doll changes its side on its own. She also noticed unusual happenings with the doll including her bleeding
- The Conjuring (2013): The story is based on the real life experienced o two paranormal activities investigators ED and Lorraine Warren. Lorraine who was a consultant had also explained that many of the supernatural incidents were horrible. ED and Lorraine Warren had also said, “Whoever the spirit was, she perceived herself to be mistress of the house and she resented the competition my mother posed for that position.”