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  • 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 Movi

    (#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.

     

  • The Burning Photo After Her Passing on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movi

    (#9) The Burning Photo After Her Passing

    In true horror film fashion, Estefanía's family claims that a photograph of the young girl burst into flames on its own after her death. They maintained that it fell off an end table and simply began to smolder. When Estefanía's picture ignited, Mr. and Mrs. Gutiérrez knew they needed to contact the authorities. 

    If you've seen Veronica, then you know that this moment was immortalized in the film. According to everyone who lived through the events, the film was accurate in this depiction.

  • Mysterious White Smoke May Have Caused Her Seizures on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movi

    (#10) Mysterious White Smoke May Have Caused Her Seizures

    One of the stranger parts of Estefanía's story is the mention of an unexplainable white smoke that allegedly appeared after her séance. Witnesses claimed that after the nun broke the Ouija board, some kind of smoke spewed from shards, and Estefanía allegedly inhaled the white smoke through her mouth and nose before she fell into a seizure. 

    Some believe that the smoke was representative of a demon, and Estefanía unwittingly took the spirit inside of her, subsequently causing a form of possession. 

     

     

  • Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro's Occult Interests Turned Deadly on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movi

    (#1) Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro's Occult Interests Turned Deadly

    The teen who inspired the events of the 2017 horror film Veronica was actually 15-year-old Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro from Vallecas, a suburb in southern Madrid. Estefanía was allegedly into the occult, although according to her parents, no more than any regular high school teenager. They believed she was just playing around with spooky stuff and didn't think something like an Ouija board could cause the damage it later seemed to. 

    In 1990, Estefanía brought an Ouija board to school, changing the course of her life forever.

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

    (#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

  • A Nun Tried To Stop The Girl's Séance on Random Terrifying True Story That Inspired 'Veronica' Is Even Scarier Than Movi

    (#2) A Nun Tried To Stop The Girl's Séance

    Estefanía's parents claim the séance occurred at their daughter's high school. She allegedly wanted to reach her friend's ex-boyfriend, who had passed away after being involved in a motorcycle accident. Friends watched the process, but then a nun stopped the séance. The nun damaged the board, which some speculate caused a paranormal disruption.

    The nun was too late, however, to stop the possession that allegedly occurred right after.

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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.

Fans regard it as one of the scariest movies. Have you watched it? The random tool collected 13 items, you can know the terrifying true story that inspired Veronica which is even scarier than the movie.

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