Man dies, body goes missing while watching 'Conjuring 2'

The man died when the Hollywood blockbuster reached one of it's scariest scenes


Life&Style June 19, 2016
The man died when the Hollywood blockbuster reached one of it's scariest scenes. PHOTO: PUBLICITY

James Wan's horror flick Conjuring 2 has been making headlines since its release, as one of the most frightening movies of the year, and on Thursday, it actually scared a man to death.


The 65-year-old man died while watching the horror film in India with a friend -- and then both the friend and the man's body went missing.


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Daily Mail reports that the man began to complain of chest pains and fainted when the Hollywood blockbuster reached one of it's scariest scenes, at the Sri Balasubramaniar Cinemas in Tiruvannamalai, in India’s south.




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He was rushed to the Old Government Hospital where doctors declared him dead, but the man’s body has now gone missing after hospital staff asked his friend to take the body to the Tiruvannamalai Government Medical College Hospital for post-mortem, reports Times of India.


Police are inquiring with auto drivers and lodges in the town to establish the identity of the deceased.


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COMMENTS (12)

Hassan Ilyas | 5 years ago | Reply @cbing: well i did not want to let u think that way i guess..lol do u think he actually meant this. were not suppose to provide those links, especially when u know it was sarcastic.
cbing | 5 years ago | Reply @Hassan Ilyas: Dude, come on! You cannot be that naive. If he meant the health condition he would have just put the word "heart" or "body", not both. He thought he was playing with the words, and every one can see what he meant in a sarcastic way.
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