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10 Really Scary Movies Based on True Events – MoneyHinge
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One of the scariest ever, follows a family in a haunted house with paranormal investigators based on real life duo Ed and Lorraine Warren 

The Conjuring

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Inspired by true life incidents, portrays a home invasion by masked intruders, diverging from typical horror movie tropes 

The Strangers

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Inspired by real events, this classic horror movie drew from the crimes of Ed Gein, nicknamed "The Butcher of Plainfield," for its storyline, despite Leatherface being a fictional creation.

The Texas ChainSaw Massacre

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Alfred Hitchcock's iconic film, based on a Robert Bloch novel, shares inspiration with "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" through its loose connection to the infamous Ed Gein


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During the late 1960s, Northern California was terrorized by the Zodiac killer, who remained unidentified and evaded capture, leaving the unsettling possibility that he may still be alive today. 


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This film portrays a real family facing terrifying events after moving into a new home, with the added detail that they sought assistance from paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren 

The Haunting in Connecticut

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This film is disturbing because it closely mirrors real-life events, depicting a man posing as a cop and subjecting a female fast-food worker to strip searches, sexual assault, and other abuses


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Charlize Theron earned acclaim and an Oscar for her portrayal of Aileen Wuornos, a female serial killer, undergoing physical changes to accurately depict the role 


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Wes Craven's film portrays a suburban family hunted by cannibals in the Nevada desert, inspired by legends of a Scottish family's alleged cannibalism in the 16th century

The Hills Have Eyes

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In the early 1900s, Robert Eugene Otto owned a doll named Robert, considered the world's most haunted, inspiring the infamous Chucky

Child’s Play