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Haunted Places and Horror Movies

by Mohit Dhawan Monotonous Feed
Have you ever visited a haunted place at night alone? Have you ever encountered something paranormal happening to you or someone near you? Well, many people believe that there are some evil souls that want to connect with us, and many believe that there is no after life. This debate has not been ended since ages, and we will not try to end it too. But what i have gathered is some information on this topic, some real life haunted places where people still not dare to go, and some horror movies, which also very less people dare to watch alone. So lets have a look on some real life places and reel life movies. 

First, lets have a look on some real life haunted places which are not allowed to visit after dawn.

Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort is located at Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. This fort can freak out any human being. According to ancestors, this fort was cursed by a magical wizard that residents of this place will die unnatural deaths and their spirits will haunt for centuries over this fort. In the edge of this fort, one can find a temporary household. The village households of this place is without roofs! Since there persists a belief that the moment a roof is built, it will collapse on the home. This is one of the most places in the world, and the most haunted place in India. Many paranormal experts have researched about this place, but everytime they return clueless. 


Changi Beach

Besides  the continuous killing, mutilating and torturing, the two of these prisoners of war and civilian captives, which had been carried out from the Kempetai during the war, at least mass executions of Chinese took place after surrender of Singapore. One was on Changi shore, whereas the other was off shore. The victims being carried out to sea in sticks and then pushed forward, to be machine gunned in the water. 

This beach is said to be haunted by spirits of those killed Chinese during the executions. Passerby often claim hearing strange crying and screaming. The heads of those Chinese dead bodies are sometimes seen flying everywhere. Headless bodies walk around the shore too. More scary cases include a passerby witnessing a ghostly execution leaving blood stains.


Now, lets discuss a reel life story, a horror film that people still hesitate to watch, alone or in group. If you have watched the film, then watch it again, and if not, then take a break from your monotonous life and go and watch it now!


The Exorcist

In late 1973 and early 1974, men and women were lined up on blocks. Some fainted. Some ran out of the theater in tears. You will find reports of people having to become institutionalized, and at least one miscarriage has been attributed to viewing it.

The very first time I had heard of something called The Exorcist was about late night television once the writer, William Peter Blatty, was a guest on The Tonight Show. The conversation centered around how horrible a number of the things in the publication were. I had observed the novel listed on The New York Times Bestseller List, and it appeared as if it might remain there indefinitely. After having been to the waiting list for what seemed like an eternity at the local library, I was finally able to obtain a copy.


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