09 March 2018 | Your Stories
“Veronica” is a fictional horror movie that recently arrived on Netflix. The film is reportedly so terrifying that people are turning it off before finishing it (though not everyone finds it scary). But is it really based on a true story?
The movie’s versions of events take place in 1991 Madrid, where a girl named Veronica holds a séance with her friends at high school. Later, while babysitting her siblings at home, Veronica begins experiencing terrifying supernatural events.
“Veronica” touts itself as a movie based on true events and a real police report. Let’s take a closer look at exactly what transpired in Spain more than two decades ago.
The strange death of young girl in Vallecas, Madrid
According to several paranormal blog sites, including Ghost Theory, police reports from 1992 indicate that a young girl named Estefania Gutierrez died several months after performing a “makeshift sèance” at her high school. The ritual included a Ouija board, which the girls used with a glass turned upside down.
Though the exact cause of her death is unknown, the reports indicate that she began having seizures and telling her parents about seeing shadowy “evil” figures stalking her.
Estefania’s health eventually deteriorated until she died in a hospital, though the report indicates that doctors were never able to diagnose an illness.
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