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10 Scary Movies Based on Real Life Events

1. The hills have eyes

10 SCARY MOVIES BASED ON REAL LIFE EVENTS 1. The hills have eyes

Shawney bean was a clan leader in Ireland in the 15th century. He fed his falimy of 14 with the flesh of other humans. He is rumored to have captured over 100 victims and eaten them all with his family.



2. The haunting in connecticut

10 SCARY MOVIES BASED ON REAL LIFE EVENTS 2. The haunting in connecticut

When a family moves into a home that used to be a morgue things start going wrong fast. The family that lived in this home started that the movie was very close to the actual events that occurred in the home.

3. The girl next door

This movie was inspired by the real life events of Sophia Marie Likens. She was only 16 years old when she was held captive and tortured to death by her aunt.

4. The Conjuring

10 SCARY MOVIES BASED ON REAL LIFE EVENTS 4. The Conjuring

A couple living in the Rhode island farm house where terrorited by paranormal activity. The paranormal investigators who investigated the real events said. "The movie is very closed to the actival events that traumatizedthe family".

5. The Blob

10 SCARY MOVIES BASED ON REAL LIFE EVENTS 5. The Blob

The Blob was inspired by a real life event that happened on a farm in the 1950s when a Purple Blob fell out of the shy into a farmers field, before scientists were able to run tests on this Purple Blob, it disintegrated.

6. Jaws

10 SCARY MOVIES BASED ON REAL LIFE EVENTS 6. Jaws

In 1916 there were a series of shark attacks in New Jersey that terrified beach cores. these attacks are what inspired the story for the novel and movie, Jaws.



7. Open water

10 SCARY MOVIES BASED ON REAL LIFE EVENTS 7. Open water

In 1998 A couple was left by a diving excursion off of The Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The bodies were never discovered and it was assumed that they had been eaten alive by sharks.

8. The Amityville Horror

When the Lutz family moved into a house where the previous owner murdered his family, stuff turned ugly. A sereis of hauntings occurred that eventually made their way into the Amityville horror movie.

9. A nightmare on Elm street

10 SCARY MOVIES BASED ON REAL LIFE EVENTS 9. A nightmare on Elm street

Wes Cravin attributed his main idea for his Freddy Kruger movies to a story of a south east asian who died during a nightmare. The man told everyone that he didn't want to sleep because of terrifying nightmares. He died in his sleep one night after being heard screaming.

10. The Texas chainsaw massacre

The Texas chainsaw massacre is based on the true life story of Ed Gein. His house was raided and skin suits and masks were found, along with furniture covers and lampshades made out of human skin.

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5 Things Android Phone Can Do Even the Iphone X Can't

Apple has upped its game with the iPhone X. But there are still several ways that android phones like Samsung's galaxy note 8 outsmart iPhones. Keep watching to find out the importance of a fingerprint! Today, we're sharing five things android phones can do even the iPhone X can't.



1. All-screen viewing
The iPhone X has a collection of sensors and optics for its face ID system, which sit in a bump on the top of the diplay. And this creates some peoblems: it compromises the viewing capability of the screen. This notch across the top edge houses the true depth camera unit, which makes face ID possible. However, that means the display is interupted by this weird "Monobrow" effect. Graphic flow under this bump on the iPhone X. In contrast to most  android phones like Samsung's Galaxy note 8, which houses the camera unit in a strip across the top of the display so when you load an app on the iPhone X, there are parts of the display missing. Developers will need to adjust their apps to make allowances for this design choice. Certain apps add bars to black out the bump during video playback. And it's certainly easier to watch in portrait orientation. But it's more of an issue if you like to use your iPhone in landscape mode. True full-screen mode won't really be an option. Compare this to the Note 8, and you'll find Samsung's screen has curves edges, which makes it seem even bigger. And even on the Galaxy S8 there's and edge-to-edge display. These higher screen-to-body ratios have been a feature of android smartphones for quite a few years now. Even going back to the LG G3 and Galaxy S4, The ratios were above 70%. But Apple only just joined the party with the iPhone X. All of it's previous handsets were under the 70% mark. Coincidentally, Samsung actually makes the displays that Apple is using on the iPhone X. Interesting, right?

2. Headphone jack
Do you have a favorite pair of weird headphones? Well, if you buy the iPhone X, then unfortunately you won't be able to simply slot them straight in. That because apple's new device doesn't have a headphone jack. In fact, apple made this change with the iPhone 7, so it affects users of all models since then. You'll need to use a dongle if you want to use your best wired headphones, or you can use apple's lightning headphone instead. The lightning port is the only port you'll find on the iPhone X. In contrast to this, android phones like Samsung's Galaxy note 8 still have a standard jack. So you won't need to make your device bulkier with a dongle. And you'll find a usb-c port on the Samsung device, plus a micro SD slot for expanding your storage. This is one of the ways that android phones could be considered superior to the latest iPhones. For the developers, it's all about prioritizing the most important features. That means having to let go of some other aspects along the way. For most users, the lack of a headphone jack won't be a life-changer. But for some, it will definitely stop them from buying the iPhone X.

3. Charging
Most of us want powerful solutions to charge our phones, both quickly and wirelessly. Android phones started bringing out wireless charging back in 2013. So it's been a long time coming, but apple has finally caught up by introducing wireless charging with its latest generation of iPhones. However, if you're looking for a wireless charging accessory made by apple, you'll be disappointed. You'll need to go with a third-party option, built by another company. On the subject of charging, Apple has just introduced its own "fast charging" feature with the iPhone X, as the iPhone 8 and 8 plus. Again, Apple has been playing catch up with android phones, which have been using "quickcharge" technology for years. But there's another caveat here. You need to use a specific usb-c power adapter to use the fast charge feature, as well as a usb-c-to-lighting cable. Having to buy seperate accessories not only increases the price. But also increases the amount of kit you need to have with you. Compare this with android phones that have quickcharge, and you'll find that there's a whole lot less additional outlay needed with an android device. The cables and power adapters you need are incluced in the box, so you can start quick-charging straight away.

4. Stylus
Another point of difference between android phones and iPnones is a tiny, but well-loved bit of kit. We're talking about the stylus. If you've only ever used and iPhone, then you might not be aware of this little pen that you can use to sketch on your screen, navigate the interface and make notes. That's because Apple hasn't offered such a tool with its devices. Samsung, however, has included an "S-Pen" with its note series of devices. This pen slides into the bottom of the handset, and can be whipped out at any time to draw with, mark up photos with, or even get creative with your messages. There's a new animated messaging feature called live message. This feature records your doodles as a gif. You can then can it send to any device. Not only that, but you can also create your own library of live message gifs. These can then be sent off fast for quick responses. The S-Pen that comes with Samsung's note series is seriously popular with users. So much so, that it is one of the most compelling reasons to opt for a note handset over a Galaxy S device. And of course, it's one of the biggest differentiators between an android phone and an iPhone.



5. Touch ID
As we'd expect, Apple has introduced all sorts of new features with the iPhone X. But it has also removed one key piece, and that's the fingerprint reader. If you like to use touch ID to unlock your smartphone, then you're not going to be pleased about this news. On the other hand, android phones like Samsung's Galaxy note 8 have it all. You can use the fingerprint reader, Iris scanner or face detection mode to unlock your device. You won't find and Iris scanner on Apple's latest iPhone. The iPhone X does have a 3D face scanner, however, called face ID. The camera projects 30,000 invisible dots onto the user's face. These are Mapped by an IR camera to compare with the saved 3D image in the device's cpu, but there have been some concerns in general about using face detection to unlock phones, because of the possibility of it being tricked by a photo. Apple, however, promise that its' 3D face ID tech is more secure than touch ID. If you're still determined to have a fingerprint reader, you'll fine these on the backs of android phones from the likes of HTC and LG too.

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10 Worst Countries to Get Arrested

Traveling to a foreign land is one of the best ways to explore the world. But what happens to unsuspecting tourists of strict countries he didn't know they were breaking the law? These are ten worst places to get arrested abroad!


1. Nigeria
The country ranks as the third worst country when it comes to human rights, so of course, their prisons are going to be horrible. A 2015 report stated that Nigerian prisoners are subject to torture, food and water shortages, as well as deliberate Sun and heat exposure. The worst part of Nigeria's prison system is the fact that 65% of the jail population is made up of people awaiting trial.

2. Kenya
Though you won't automatically go to the firing squad for minor offenses in Kenya. You will still be subject to some less than desirable conditions. Kenya is home to one of the worst prisons in the world, Kamiti Prison. Kamiti has no reliable source of water, so inmates are required to bring buckets of water to the jail as their daily routine. The prison is also so over capacity that a Cholera outbreak in 2009 left 9 prisoners dead and many more hospitalized.

3. Thailand
Thai jails are no day at the beach as they are overcrowded and lacks the bare necessities. But it's not the jails that are so bad as it is Thailand's strict prison policy! One British man was caught dealing heroin in Thailand and did time on death row for 16 years. Even a 21 year old pregnant South African beauty queen couldn't escape jail time when she was framed with trying to pass heroin through Thai airport security!

4. Russia
when it comes to its prison system, Russia is consistently finding itself at the top of the world's worst prisons list. Russia's notorious Butyrka prison is rumored to house 100 inmates in cells designed for 10 inmates. It also sections prisoners off by what disease they have, such as HIV and Tuberculosis. But  the worst reason this is a horrible place to get locked up is that this is the prison people go to before they are even convicted.

5. Sudan
Considering what's been going on in Sudan over the past few decades, it's probably best to find another vacation spot. But if someone does find themselves taking a romantic  Sudan getaway, well they may want to be aware of the country's death penalty policy. One of the scariest things about Sudan is that it doesn't discriminate against children when it comes to the death penalty. That's right; it is one of only 3 countries that see no issue sentencing underage offenders to death by hanging.

6. Singapore
When it comes to world progress just looking at singapore's skyline is enough to have you believe they have it figured out. But the country has the 7th worst prison system in the world. Visitors can find themselves in jail for things as small as Jaywalking, spitting in public or possessing tiny amounts of drugs. The punishment for these crimes usually involves long prison sentences as well as canings!

7. Iran
You might want to stay out of Iran! Just being caught drinking 4 times can land you with a death sentence. Doing something more serious like theft can leave someone without 4 right-hand fingers after their first offense! The good news is since 2012 the country no longer stones people to death but it still executes the 2nd most amount of people per year in the world.

8. Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is known for the severity of its death penalty executed by public beheadings. But what is even more concerning is the fact that some of the offenses aren't even illegal in Western countries such as witchcraft and fornication.

9. China
The government will arrest and deport visitors just for their internet search history. Many times they won't even be allowed to have a lawyer present during interrogation. Then if someone does find themselves in a situation that lands them time in prison, they may be forced to hard labor. Then there is the fact that China executes 2,000 people a year which is more than the rest of the world combined!


10. North Korea
Experts aren't sure about the number of executions that take place per year because they have to rely on eyewitness accounts from people who have escaped the country. But considering someone can be executed for making an international phone call without permission, we're sure the number is high!

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