There are some weird facts about Hollywood movies. Sometimes it is better that we don’t know them. But still, these are 18 Creepy Hollywood Facts You Wish You Didn’t Know.
1. The name of the movie Caine was changed to Shark. This happened after a shark killed a stunt person during the filming. This fact tops our list of 18 Creepy Hollywood Facts.
2. A freak accident on Twilight Zone: The Movie sets led to the death of a veteran actor and two children. The helicopter, which was a part of the scene, lost control and crashed into them.
3. Her father murdered Judith Eva Barsi at the age of 10. She was famous for her voiceover of Ducky in Land Before Time.
4. There was a set for the home of Regan and her mother for the movie The Exorcist. It caught fire before the filming. Mysteriously, one morning, the entire set was destroyed, except Regan’s bedroom.
5. A year after doing the make-up for The Omen‘s decapitation scene, John Richardson and his assistant were in a car accident. John survived the accident, but his assistant was decapitated.
6. The Simpsons have predicted a lot over the years. But there is no explanation for the brochure that Lisa holds and seems to reference 9/11. This was way back in 1997.
7. Stunt person Alf Joint suffered a severe injury in a roof-jumping stunt in A Bridge Too Far. He said he felt like someone had pushed him from behind.
8. Three members of the crew of The Omen barely escaped lightning striked on different occasions while the filming was still on.
9. The film, No Country For Old Men had a line that said,” Here awhile back in San Antonio they shot and killed a federal judge.” this referred to the murder of Judge John Howland Good by Charles Harrelson in 1979.
10. Isla Fisher almost drowned while filming the water tank scene in Now You See Me. Her release chain got stuck in the costume. Everyone thought she was acting, but she was struggling to get free.
11. The Lone Gunmen predicted 9/11 and the conspiracies about the cause. The pilot of the Lone Gunman, a spinoff of “The X-Files,” featured a plot very similar to the happenings of 9/11.
12. The cast of Master Of Disguise was informed about the disaster of 9/11 during the filming of the Turtle scene. They continued filming after a moment of silence.
13. A Clown was strangling Robbie (Oliver Robbins) in Poltergeist, in the famous clown scene. The extended arm of the clown got stuck around his neck, choking him. This creepy fact made its way into our list of 18 Creepy Hollywood Facts.
14. The Pearl Harbour scene from Tora! Tora! Tora! It shows people running away from an exploding plane. This was not a part of the movie. The aircraft exploded by accident. The stuntpeople running the aircraft were fleeing to save their lives.
15. In the Poltergeist, Jo Beth falls into a muddy pool. She is surrounded by skeletons. Unfortunately, the skeletons were real human skeletons.
16. An episode of Sesame Street disturbed Jon Armond as a child. So as an adult, he started searching for it. He received a fax from an unknown number, promising to send in the segment on an agreement. He found the copy of the episode in his mailbox.
17. Filming the last scene of the thriller Sliver almost cost the lives of three of its cast. The film was to end with Carly and Zeke flying into the volcano. However, the helicopter crashed during the shoot.
18. Paul Bateson was an extra in The Exorcist and played the role of a radiologic technologist. He murdered film critic Addison Verrill and was also found guilty for it.