There are also many other facts about your favorite horror movies that may creep you out. These might not involve the crew seeing ghosts or things randomly setting on fire, but they are still very unsettling. Sometimes the real life serial killer that inspired the movie is actually a lot more frightening than the movie itself. Sometimes the props department is forced to use actual pieces of human remains and animal blood. The list goes on, but I guarantee you will be surprised at the secrets surrounding your favorite horror movies.
#1. The Ghost Of Goodnight Lane
Another recent movie, which came out in 2014, was The Ghost Of Goodnight Lane. The director, Alin Bijan, had a very strange idea about how to make this movie. He had heard rumors that a particular film set was haunted, and decided this was the perfect place to film his movie. The film set was located in Texas, and was owned by Media World Company. When previous movies were filmed there, the film crew reported seeing visions of strange things, most commonly an unknown male figure. Their equipment was moved around when no one was even there. Reportedly, one crew member was slapped in the face by an invisible hand. So when the crew of The Ghost Of Goodnight Lane arrived to start filming, weird things immediately started happening. Crew members reported seeing flickering lights when they were filming, as well as things falling off the walls without warning. They also allegedly heard their own names being called by invisible sources.
#2. The Omen
We now go back in time to the classic 1976 horror film, The Omen. This was directed by Richard Donner, and was plagued by all sorts of strange and creepy paranormal activity. The story revolves around an adopted child who, unbeknownst to his parents, is actually the reincarnation of the antichrist. Even before the movie started filming, horrible things started to happen. Gregory Peck, the leading man, suffered a massive blow when his son committed suicide 2 months before the movie started filming. Then, a crew member got into a car accident, from which he just barely survived. Then, the plane the scriptwriter was travelling in was struck by lightning. Eight hours later, a plane carrying Gregory Peck and the executive producer was also struck by lightning. The producer was walking in Rome a few days later when he was just barely missed by a bolt of lightning. Gregory Peck was later eating at a restaurant when it was bombed by terrorist group IRA. During filming, a plane they had hired to take aerial shots crashed into a car on a highway, killing everyone. An animal handler who was hired for the movie was later eaten alive by lions. This began to be known as “The Curse Of The Omen.” Even after the movie ended, people who had worked on the film continued to have strange accidents which often resulted in deaths.