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  • The Haunting Ended When The Family Moved on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movie

    (#13) The Haunting Ended When The Family Moved

    After Estefanía passed away in 1991 and the police investigated the Gutiérrez home, the family finally moved. Reportedly, the haunting stopped after they left their Vallecas home. Since the family has relocated, there haven't been any reports of a haunting in the building where Estefanía's story took place. 

    While Veronica has received criticism for bolstering cliché horror movie tropes, the movie is also revered for combining one of Spain's unexplainable mysteries with genuine filmmaking. 

     

     

     

     

  • The House Was Still Haunted After Estefanía Passed on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movie

    (#6) The House Was Still Haunted After Estefanía Passed

    After Estefanía's passing, the hauntings continued to torment her family for over a year. The Gutiérrez parents claimed that after their daughter died, they didn't go a day without dark, ominous figures stomping through their home and slamming doors. They described how their appliances turned on and off without warning, and how inanimate objects would leap from shelves and move without interference. 

    Members of the Gutiérrez family also maintained how they could hear someone whispering to them in the middle of the night, and at times, hear Estefanía shrieking. 

  • Shadow People Allegedly Began To Haunt The Family on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movie

    (#8) Shadow People Allegedly Began To Haunt The Family

    According to the Gutiérrez family, one of the most terrifying things that happened after Estefanía passed was the sudden appearance of a mass of shadow people. When Estefanía was still alive, she claimed that she was tormented by shadowy figures, and it seems they had moved on to the parents. Mrs. Gutiérrez claimed that one of the shadow people attacked her in her sleep

    I felt pressure on top of me but there was no one around. I said [to Mr. Gutiérrez] ‘there’s someone here.’ I then felt a pair of hands grab my feet and then grab my hand, which were uncovered by the blanket.

    While these instances of paranormal phenomena haven't been confirmed, the family continued to experience unexplainable occurrences within their Vallecas home.

  • Estefanía's Death Is One Of The Most Popular Ghost Stories In Spain on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movie

    (#7) Estefanía's Death Is One Of The Most Popular Ghost Stories In Spain

    According to Paco Plaza, the director of Veronica, he made this movie because it's a story that he's heard time and time again. Plaza admits that he made some changes to the story, but he says that the tale is such a popular Spanish myth that everyone who tells it adds their own spin. In a Q&A at the Toronto International Film Festival, he said:

    In Spain it’s very popular. Because it is, as we say in the film, the only time a police officer has said he has witnessed something paranormal, and it’s written in a report with an official police stamp. [...] But I think when we tell something, it becomes a story, even if it’s in the news. You only have to read the different newspapers to know how different reality is, depending on who’s telling it.

    With this in mind, Plaza didn't strive to replicate Estefanía's tale or even present her story in a biographical sense. He wanted to express his own artistic vision of the Spanish lure.

     

  • It Took A Year For Police To Get Involved on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movie

    (#4) It Took A Year For Police To Get Involved

    The story of Estefanía's haunting was nothing like what happened in Veronica. While the police arrive after a crazed 911 call in the film, it took over a year before the actual police became involved in the real case. Estefanía's family didn't reach out until after the girl's passing in 1991. When the family brought the police to the apartment in Vallecas, the authorities discovered a series of spooky happenings.

    When the police investigated, they claimed they heard a loud banging noise coming from an unoccupied area in the home. After that, they reported how a “perfectly closed armoire” became opened “in a sudden and totally unnatural way.”

     

  • The Apartment Was Destroyed on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movie

    (#11) The Apartment Was Destroyed

    One notable element of the police report is the fact that the apartment was a wreck, especially Estefanía's room. Upon investigation, the officers discovered the family had left Estefanía's decorations intact on the wall, but many of the posters had been clawed at by some kind of creature. According to Mr. and Mrs. Gutiérrez, anyone who went into the girl's room was subject to being pushed around by an unseen force.

    Reportedly, the officers also witnessed a crucifix on Estefanía's wall move on its own until it snapped, a scene reminiscent of The Exorcist

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Veronica is a 2017 Spanish supernatural horror movie. It tells the story of a girl who used the Ouija board and became fascinated, then suffered hallucinations and epilepsy. The exact cause of her death is a mystery. The film was inspired by the true events of the Vallecas case in 1991 where Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro died mysteriously using ouija boards. Although the police and her family admitted that the case is real, people have no way to know what happened.

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