Top 5 Scary Horror Movies That Are Haunted 2020 We For


Horror movies are designed to terrify us, but we are smart enough to know that the horrors are staged and created for screen. However, saying that, sometimes the set of a scary movie turns out to be far more horrifying than the film itself, with many of the genre’s the Top 5 Scary Horror Movies That Are Haunted.

5. The Conjuring 


The most recent haunted movie set on our entire list, The Conjuring as one of the most terrifying paranormal experiences, with its young age making it seem that much more terrifying. mNow, the film is based on the very real story of The Perron Family, making things far too real. According to actress Vera Farmiga, nothing crazy happened at first, but shortly after she reported feeling very uneasy about taking the job, as well as filming the movie altogether. When she returned home from set, she also refused to bring her script into her home, with the fear that it would cast bad energy on her house. However, it didn’t seem to work, considering one night she opened her laptop and noticed three slashes across the screen, with no explanation. Creepier still, during filming, the real life Perron family visited the set. While there, they noted a “strange gust of wind” which seemed to follow them wherever they went. Following their time on set, Carolyn Perron even recalled being pushed to the ground shortly after returning home. She stated that she felt something from set had come home with her.

4. The Exorcist


This will come as no surprise, that The Exorcist was also one of the many horror movie sets with real life ghosts. Which is even scarier knowing that The Exorcist is perhaps one of the most frightening horror films of all time. Now, the movie itself, as most should know by now, follows the demonic possession of a 12-year-old girl and her mother’s attempt to rescue her through an exorcism conducted by two priests. One incredible story goes as follows, part of the set for The Exorcist reportedly went up in flames during filming, in turn resulting in the entire household needing to be rebuilt aside from the bedroom being used for Regan’s exorcism. As you would expect, the cast were shaken to their core, with one thing and one thing only being on their minds: demons. Most were scared to even return to the set, with producers being forced to bring in a real life pastor to exorcise the house. During filming, actress Ellen Burstyn, who played Regan’s mother, was injured when the possessed Regan threw her across the room. The take was used in the movie, and the blood-curdling scream she lets out is very much real. According to the actress, the injuries still bother her to this day. Worse still, following the release of the film, 8 deaths were associated with the production, with actors playing Burken Dennings and Mrs Karras being among the lives lost. Last but not least, across the street from the set, a cross hung from a church, with many believing that the lightning bolt that hit the cross was the blame for the hauntings on the movie.

3. Poltergeist Poltergeist


This was a groundbreaking movie for the horror genre, however, with a film centered completely around ghosts and the paranormal, you can expect things to be going bump in the night in reality as well, and that’s exactly what happened. The film itself was released in 1982 and was set in a California suburb, with the plot focusing on a family whose home is invaded by malevolent ghosts that abduct their younger daughter, and the family are forced to attempt to bring her back to the real world. During filming, it was reported that Oliver Robbins who played the young son in the movie, almost died when he was, I quote: “Choked by the arms of the evil puppet.” LOL, when I say it like that, it sounds like a joke, but it’s not, believe me. He actually had to be rescued by Steven Spielberg, the writer of the movie. However, the creepy occurrences didn’t stop there, with many fans tracing the root of the hauntings to the use of real skeletons on set. In the movie, Diane, played by JoBeth Williams, falls into a pool, however, it is a pool full of skeletons. Not fake ones though, no, that was too expensive, instead they were real skeletons, real remains. Now, perhaps the most talked about occurrence following the making of Poltergeist were the deaths. The big two were of course Dominique Dunne, who played the eldest daughter, and Heather O’Rourke, who played the youngest daughter. Dunne died shortly after the release of the film, after being strangled by an abusive ex-boyfriend. O’Rourke on the other hand became ill about four months before the release of Poltergeist II and was taken to hospital. Should would later die of cardiac arrest and septic shock from an undiagnosed gastrointestinal issue. However, one actor got surprisingly lucky, Richard Lawson, who played Ryan, was on USAir Flight 405, which crashed into Flushing Bay in 1992. While 27 out of 51 passengers lost their lives, Lawson survived.

2. Rosemary’s Baby


Now, although the hauntings and unusual activity didn’t occur until after filming wrapped, Rosemary’s Baby is among the most haunted horror movies of all time. This 1968 psychological horror was written and directed by Roman Polanski and based on the novel of the same name by Ira Levin. Now, as most will probably already know, the most horrific event to occur during the making of the film was the brutal murder of Roman Polanski’s wife, Sharon Tate, who was murdered by the Manson Family, along with three of her friends. On the night of August 8-9, 1969, four members of the Manson Family invaded the rented home of Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski. They murdered Tate, who was 8 ½ months pregnant at the time, along with an 18-year-old man who was killed while leaving the home, as well as the three friends I mentioned. Polanski was not present on the night of the murders, due to working on a film in Europe. However, the strange occurrences didn’t stop there, peculiar things also happened to producer William Castle. He began to receive threatening letters following the release of the movie, which involved name calling and a prediction of illness. Stranger still, Castle went on to suffer from debilitating health in which he later attested to the film being cursed. During a visit to the emergency room, he reportedly screamed: “Rosemary, for God’s sake, drop the knife!” Castle later went on to state: “The story of Rosemary’s Baby was happening in life. Witches, all of them, were casting their spell, and I was becoming one of the principle players.”

1. The Omen


The Omen’s set was 100 percent haunted, that much we can admit, but some even believe that the set was haunted by demons. The plot follows Damien Thorn, a young child replaced at birth by an American diplomat unbeknownst to his wife, after their biological child dies shortly after birth; as a Now, of course, due to the film’s subject matter, the set was bound to be visited by a handful of entities, however, a lot of the paranormal events actually occurred once the movie had wrapped, with Gregory Peck being aboard a plane one day with screenwriter David Seltzer, only for it to be struck by lightning. Which sounds like a one in a million chance, right? Well, that’s not the case, because the producer of the movie, Harvey Bernhard, was nearly struck by lightning while visiting Rome. However, the spooky events don’t just stop there. Special effects designer, John Richardson, who worked on the film had recently begun work on A Bridge Too Far in Holland when he was involved in a head on crash with his wife and special effects sculptress Liz Moore. Richardson was knocked unconscious, but Moore was decapitated when one of the wheels tore through the floor and hit her. Creepier still, when Richardson came to, he claimed that he saw a road sign just before the crash occurred which pointed out the town of Ommen that was 66.6 Kilometers away. However, we’re not done, in June of 1975, Gregory Peck’s son Jonathan was found to have shot himself in the head, just two months before The Omen began filming. Well, there we have it! Do you guys agree with our list? Were there any haunted movies that we missed? Leave us all your thoughts and feelings in the comments down below and perhaps we can do a part 2. Before I go though, I just want to respond to a few comments from one of our last videos, Top 5 Scary North Korean Urban Legends. Nikki Schwartz said: “Running an electric fan in a closed room causes death” me running my fan every day all day with nothing open: death huh” --- Anonymous Anonymous said: “Korean fans actually have a timer on them just for the case that you fall asleep with it on so it will turn off after 15-20 mins” --- Joni Blanchard said: “#3 How does anyone know that the guy counted to 49 if he’s dead?” --- Nic Sant said: “I’d rather serve Queen Lucy than serve Kim Jong Un. 

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