The Real Hollywood Haunted Film That Will Scare You For Life
Hello. My name is Akari. Akari Kekse. Today, I have a few questions for you: Do you believe in demons? What about ghosts? Do you think that they can interact with us? Are they capable of communicating? Is our modern equipment capable of capturing them on film and video?
Many people say that tons of photographic and recorded evidence of paranormal events does exist, but, in turn, there are those that claim that this supposed evidence is just an ill-intended fraud, and others that will give scientific and rational explanations to refute it.
But there is evidence out there that nobody, not even the clever and more skeptical among us, have been able to disprove.
There is a film that has captured, unwillingly and unexpectedly, supposedly paranormal evidence that has baffled skeptics and believers alike.
The film is named Return To Babylon, and it is as haunted as any recording can be.
The OriginAccording to the director of the movie, Alex Monty Canawati, he and his friend, the producer, found, inside a garbage bag, a strange collection of old tapes filmed in the '40s. The duo used those to create a short film named The Birth of Babylon. It was successful enough to secure a sequel.
Return To Babylon was filmed using old cameras, in black and white, at 16 FPS (remember this, this will be important later). The director managed to get several known actors and actresses for the film, such as Maria Conchita Alonso (Total Recall) and Jennifer Tilly (Bride of Chucky).
The sinister events started to happen during the filming. The crew felt the presence of strange energies and bizarre entities. Jennifer herself states that she could even feel the spirits touching her body multiple times.
After the film was finished, the director and the editor noticed something strange and nefarious in the negatives.
There were demons and horrible creatures manifested in there.
These are not special effects.
Some theories floating around indicate that the film was recorded at real haunted locations and that the spirits and ghosts in there were imprinted in the movie.
The rational and logical explanation is that the conversion, from tape at 16 FPS to digital video at 24 FPS, merged the frames, giving the impression that something paranormal was happening.
Nevertheless, the images are shocking. Diabolic claws, evil grimaces, long twisted noses. This is the stuff of nightmares.
By Akari Keksi, MoviePilot