estefania gutierrez lázaro
She finds him and notices he won't go with her. So I watched the documentary and the movie Veronica that just came out and I saw a striking resemblance to that carbon monoxide poisoning story on reddit a few years ago. Carbon Monoxide poisoning doesn't make any sense because why would she die and have visions and nausea and everything and no one else in the family?

I’ve been there many times.

Le voglie sono collegate a una morte violenta nella vita precedente? Perhaps it's because the physical traits had already dissipated by the time she was checked up on?

Low level exposure won't kill you that fast because there's enough oxygen in the air so you're not suffocating. I’ve read up on the case and I couldn’t find anything about the stains on the mattress or the combusting photo. Verónica's hand remains on it, and at the moment of the eclipse, the cup shatters, cutting her finger and dripping blood onto the board. After passing out, Verónica wakes in the school nurse's office, who tells her she probably passed out from iron deficiency. Veronica is a Spanish original movie directed by Paco Plaza - loosely based on Estefania's story. "[10], Shortly after the release of Verónica on Netflix Jordan Crucchoila of Vulture countered other reviewers who believe that Verónica is the scariest movie on Netflix "In our estimation, Veronica is not that scary. But they said she had these hallucinations and convulsions for months prior everywhere even when she was on the bus or in the street. The medics carry her and Antoñito out while a shaken detective observes the scene. The only accurate thing in that movie was the opening scene showing just how insanely large her mansion actually was in her lifetime, before the 1906 earthquake took half of it out and that she did feel immense guilt over the many lives lost due to Winchester rifles. ", but overall still believes that the film has "some great set-piece scares, and the movie’s most disturbing moment is pretty damn good. I read she died of heart and lung failure. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include nausea, dizzyness, seizures, muscle weakness, visual disturbances (hallucinations) and impairment of cerebral function to name a few. Questa vicenda è la più atroce di cui si abbia documentazione, non tanto per la crudeltà, ma per l’entità malefica che la giovane ragazza, insieme alla sua famiglia, si trovò ad affrontare! where can I fond the documentary? Estefania non è mai riuscita a superare del tutto tale perdita, così un giorno, insieme ad una sua amica di scuola, in un’aula vuota, decide di comunicare con il suo defunto ragazzo attraverso la tavola Ouija. She calls the police as the spirit snatches Antoñito, manages to grab him back, and escapes along with Lucia and Irene. I definitively could see some kind of contamination (ie: mold/gas leak) being a source - but it’s harder to believe if it only seriously effected only one person out of the whole family. Their father died recently and their mother works long hours at a bar to support the family, leaving Verónica in charge of her younger siblings: twins Lucia and Irene, and Antoñito. Then again, “historical” supernatural movies are almost always based on fake or even non-existent stories. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the UnresolvedMysteries community, Continue browsing in r/UnresolvedMysteries.

She probably died from other health related effects of the carbon monoxide poisioning, rather than the quick organ failure of carbon monoxide itself - for example increasing damage or organs over a long period of time or it can worsen pre existing medical conditions that may have gone unnoticed earlier. Carbon monoxide leaves the body a few hours after the person is removed from the environment no matter the dose. [7], In Spain the film grossed $4,212,203, and $1,910,886 in other territories, for a worldwide total of $6,123,089. Verónica wants to reach out to her late father, and Diana wants to reach out to her late boyfriend, who died in a motorcycle accident. Sister Death tells her that she can force the spirits to leave by doing right what she did wrong. Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro death theory (Veronica) So I watched the documentary and the movie Veronica that just came out and I saw a striking resemblance to that carbon monoxide poisoning story on reddit a few years ago. In early 1990, the family of 18-year-old Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro noticed an odd change in her behavior. Her exact cause of death is a mystery. Maybe she was prone to paranoia and the ouija thing triggered an episode. I segni che rivelano che una persona defunta a noi cara... 9 cose strane che succedono mentre dormiamo. However, when she gets to the exit she sees in a mirror that she is not actually holding Antoñito but just imagined it. Consistent low level carbon monoxide exposure can sometimes lead to seizures. Yeah, after she passed away, they continued to see things, at least for a year (from what they've said in Spanish talk shows). Tutto inizia nel 1990, siamo a Vallecas (Spagna). "[13] Paul Tassi from Forbes magazine wrote "If I was scoring the movie myself I’d probably give it a 6 out of 10, “fresh,” but not exactly stunning. It explains all the officers feeling ill after leaving the apartment and more.

She might experience it worse than other family members bc of her body chemistry or she stayed in the house the longest. It can also continue to affect someone for a few hours after they have left the environment. Alle 2:30 di notte circa, tutta la famiglia era fuori di casa, nel mezzo della strada, ad aspettare la polizia. Verónica learns that it is important to say goodbye to the spirit at the end of the séance. In the same magazine, director Paco Plaza says that he didn't feel bound to portray the real events, clarifying "...the whole story of Veronica and the sisters and Antoñito, this little Marlon Brando with glasses, it’s all a vision." It is explained that the movie is based on the true events of the first police report in Spain where a police officer certifies having witnessed paranormal activity. Su último día. Verónica is based on the true story of 18-year-old Estefania Gutierrez Lázaro, who tragically passed away in August 1991. ", "This Is the Scariest Part of Netflix's Veronica", "Netflix's 'Veronica' Is A Bizarre But Ultimately Bland Take On Demonic Horror", "Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain (2018)", "The Platino Awards for Iberoamerican Cinema (2018)". Some being more susceptible than others to lower doses, which could explain why she was dealing with these symptoms and the rest of her family was not. The website's critical consensus reads, "A scarily effective horror outing, Veronica proves it doesn't take fancy or exotic ingredients to craft skin-crawling genre thrills. Her exact cause of death is a mystery. Even in the movie the downstairs neighbor speaks of a black spot on her ceiling. But I’ve yet to fully watch the movie or the documentary, so that’s just a first-impression-kinda-thing.

On the day of the solar eclipse, her teacher explains how some ancient cultures used eclipses to stage human sacrifices and summon dark spirits. Were these details just added for the film or does anybody have a source for an article where they mention it?

By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Your guess is SO likely. The film opens in 1991 in medias res, with emergency services responding to a call from a young girl.

After watching the movie, I really felt that it was all eluding to "Toxic Mold" and the apartment was riddled with it. Overall though he sums up his film review with "Thick on chills, thin on psychology. It’s a plausible theory but it could also have been a family hysteria?

My first thought, just based on a description of her behavior, was possibly a form of a bipolar or personality disorder (especially the “manic” behavior). She sounds panicked and screams about her brother Antoñito, and something "coming to get him", before the call cuts off. It's really hard to tell with so little information. I know they said they kept seeing things or whatever, but that's not anything compared to what Estefania endured. This would also correlate exposure to the monoxide. Not saying supernatural but not necessarily carbon monoxide poisoning.
The board responds right away but Rosa and Diana pull their hands back when the glass cup becomes too hot to touch. Watched the movie, interested in some real facts. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro è una studentessa di 18 anni che ha perso da poco il suo fidanzato in un incidente motociclistico. Verónica draws protective Viking symbols for the kids, only for the demon to destroy them. The nun scolds her for doing something so dangerous and explains that the séance attached a dark spirit to her; she needs to protect her siblings. She returns to find her brother hiding in a closet and calling her name.

I’m a skeptic anyway so I tend to go with your carbon monoxide explanation or just some other natural cause. Carbon monoxide poisioning is only definitvely lethal above 0.08% in the air. I first thought of gas leakage, but i feel even so maybe it would have affected more people, the stains were reported to have been tested but never solved what was the cause, maybe family hysteria but then why did she die? I don't know if they ended up moving. However, until it does exit your system you will also feel bad and hallucinate. She is unable to eat her dinner, as if an invisible hand is preventing her. It’s a worthy effort, but as far as witch-board movies go, you’ll get more out of Ouija 2: Origin of Evil. "[9], Jonathan Holland from The Hollywood Reporter gives a negative review of the film and wrote "The real horror in Veronica is not in the CGI visuals, or in Pablo Rosso's frantic cinematography, or in the aural bombardment of sound effects and music; it’s in the relationship between the children". Claw and bite marks appear on her body and she hears strange noises. Cookies help us deliver our Services.

Submissions should outline a mystery and provide a link to a more detailed review of the case such as a Wiki article or news report. Estefania non è mai riuscita a superare del tutto tale perdita, così un giorno, insieme ad una sua amica di scuola, in un’aula vuota, decide di comunicare con il suo defunto ragazzo attraverso la tavola Ouija. Desperate, she decides to hold the séance with her young siblings.

The family, who lived in Vallecas, a municipality of Spain just south of Madrid, worried when Estefania began suffering from hallucinations and convulsions. The nun tries to compel the spirit to leave her, but nothing happens. Viewers are … Carbon monoxide poisioning also affects people differently depending on their body chemistry. When you do leave the house, it exits your system and you feel better. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Verónica becomes unresponsive, whispering something repeatedly that Rosa leans in to hear, and suddenly lets out a demonic scream.
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She finds him and notices he won't go with her. So I watched the documentary and the movie Veronica that just came out and I saw a striking resemblance to that carbon monoxide poisoning story on reddit a few years ago. Carbon Monoxide poisoning doesn't make any sense because why would she die and have visions and nausea and everything and no one else in the family?

I’ve been there many times.

Le voglie sono collegate a una morte violenta nella vita precedente? Perhaps it's because the physical traits had already dissipated by the time she was checked up on?

Low level exposure won't kill you that fast because there's enough oxygen in the air so you're not suffocating. I’ve read up on the case and I couldn’t find anything about the stains on the mattress or the combusting photo. Verónica's hand remains on it, and at the moment of the eclipse, the cup shatters, cutting her finger and dripping blood onto the board. After passing out, Verónica wakes in the school nurse's office, who tells her she probably passed out from iron deficiency. Veronica is a Spanish original movie directed by Paco Plaza - loosely based on Estefania's story. "[10], Shortly after the release of Verónica on Netflix Jordan Crucchoila of Vulture countered other reviewers who believe that Verónica is the scariest movie on Netflix "In our estimation, Veronica is not that scary. But they said she had these hallucinations and convulsions for months prior everywhere even when she was on the bus or in the street. The medics carry her and Antoñito out while a shaken detective observes the scene. The only accurate thing in that movie was the opening scene showing just how insanely large her mansion actually was in her lifetime, before the 1906 earthquake took half of it out and that she did feel immense guilt over the many lives lost due to Winchester rifles. ", but overall still believes that the film has "some great set-piece scares, and the movie’s most disturbing moment is pretty damn good. I read she died of heart and lung failure. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include nausea, dizzyness, seizures, muscle weakness, visual disturbances (hallucinations) and impairment of cerebral function to name a few. Questa vicenda è la più atroce di cui si abbia documentazione, non tanto per la crudeltà, ma per l’entità malefica che la giovane ragazza, insieme alla sua famiglia, si trovò ad affrontare! where can I fond the documentary? Estefania non è mai riuscita a superare del tutto tale perdita, così un giorno, insieme ad una sua amica di scuola, in un’aula vuota, decide di comunicare con il suo defunto ragazzo attraverso la tavola Ouija. She calls the police as the spirit snatches Antoñito, manages to grab him back, and escapes along with Lucia and Irene. I definitively could see some kind of contamination (ie: mold/gas leak) being a source - but it’s harder to believe if it only seriously effected only one person out of the whole family. Their father died recently and their mother works long hours at a bar to support the family, leaving Verónica in charge of her younger siblings: twins Lucia and Irene, and Antoñito. Then again, “historical” supernatural movies are almost always based on fake or even non-existent stories. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the UnresolvedMysteries community, Continue browsing in r/UnresolvedMysteries.

She probably died from other health related effects of the carbon monoxide poisioning, rather than the quick organ failure of carbon monoxide itself - for example increasing damage or organs over a long period of time or it can worsen pre existing medical conditions that may have gone unnoticed earlier. Carbon monoxide leaves the body a few hours after the person is removed from the environment no matter the dose. [7], In Spain the film grossed $4,212,203, and $1,910,886 in other territories, for a worldwide total of $6,123,089. Verónica wants to reach out to her late father, and Diana wants to reach out to her late boyfriend, who died in a motorcycle accident. Sister Death tells her that she can force the spirits to leave by doing right what she did wrong. Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro death theory (Veronica) So I watched the documentary and the movie Veronica that just came out and I saw a striking resemblance to that carbon monoxide poisoning story on reddit a few years ago. In early 1990, the family of 18-year-old Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro noticed an odd change in her behavior. Her exact cause of death is a mystery. Maybe she was prone to paranoia and the ouija thing triggered an episode. I segni che rivelano che una persona defunta a noi cara... 9 cose strane che succedono mentre dormiamo. However, when she gets to the exit she sees in a mirror that she is not actually holding Antoñito but just imagined it. Consistent low level carbon monoxide exposure can sometimes lead to seizures. Yeah, after she passed away, they continued to see things, at least for a year (from what they've said in Spanish talk shows). Tutto inizia nel 1990, siamo a Vallecas (Spagna). "[13] Paul Tassi from Forbes magazine wrote "If I was scoring the movie myself I’d probably give it a 6 out of 10, “fresh,” but not exactly stunning. It explains all the officers feeling ill after leaving the apartment and more.

She might experience it worse than other family members bc of her body chemistry or she stayed in the house the longest. It can also continue to affect someone for a few hours after they have left the environment. Alle 2:30 di notte circa, tutta la famiglia era fuori di casa, nel mezzo della strada, ad aspettare la polizia. Verónica learns that it is important to say goodbye to the spirit at the end of the séance. In the same magazine, director Paco Plaza says that he didn't feel bound to portray the real events, clarifying "...the whole story of Veronica and the sisters and Antoñito, this little Marlon Brando with glasses, it’s all a vision." It is explained that the movie is based on the true events of the first police report in Spain where a police officer certifies having witnessed paranormal activity. Su último día. Verónica is based on the true story of 18-year-old Estefania Gutierrez Lázaro, who tragically passed away in August 1991. ", "This Is the Scariest Part of Netflix's Veronica", "Netflix's 'Veronica' Is A Bizarre But Ultimately Bland Take On Demonic Horror", "Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain (2018)", "The Platino Awards for Iberoamerican Cinema (2018)". Some being more susceptible than others to lower doses, which could explain why she was dealing with these symptoms and the rest of her family was not. The website's critical consensus reads, "A scarily effective horror outing, Veronica proves it doesn't take fancy or exotic ingredients to craft skin-crawling genre thrills. Her exact cause of death is a mystery. Even in the movie the downstairs neighbor speaks of a black spot on her ceiling. But I’ve yet to fully watch the movie or the documentary, so that’s just a first-impression-kinda-thing.

On the day of the solar eclipse, her teacher explains how some ancient cultures used eclipses to stage human sacrifices and summon dark spirits. Were these details just added for the film or does anybody have a source for an article where they mention it?

By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Your guess is SO likely. The film opens in 1991 in medias res, with emergency services responding to a call from a young girl.

After watching the movie, I really felt that it was all eluding to "Toxic Mold" and the apartment was riddled with it. Overall though he sums up his film review with "Thick on chills, thin on psychology. It’s a plausible theory but it could also have been a family hysteria?

My first thought, just based on a description of her behavior, was possibly a form of a bipolar or personality disorder (especially the “manic” behavior). She sounds panicked and screams about her brother Antoñito, and something "coming to get him", before the call cuts off. It's really hard to tell with so little information. I know they said they kept seeing things or whatever, but that's not anything compared to what Estefania endured. This would also correlate exposure to the monoxide. Not saying supernatural but not necessarily carbon monoxide poisoning.
The board responds right away but Rosa and Diana pull their hands back when the glass cup becomes too hot to touch. Watched the movie, interested in some real facts. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro è una studentessa di 18 anni che ha perso da poco il suo fidanzato in un incidente motociclistico. Verónica draws protective Viking symbols for the kids, only for the demon to destroy them. The nun scolds her for doing something so dangerous and explains that the séance attached a dark spirit to her; she needs to protect her siblings. She returns to find her brother hiding in a closet and calling her name.

I’m a skeptic anyway so I tend to go with your carbon monoxide explanation or just some other natural cause. Carbon monoxide poisioning is only definitvely lethal above 0.08% in the air. I first thought of gas leakage, but i feel even so maybe it would have affected more people, the stains were reported to have been tested but never solved what was the cause, maybe family hysteria but then why did she die? I don't know if they ended up moving. However, until it does exit your system you will also feel bad and hallucinate. She is unable to eat her dinner, as if an invisible hand is preventing her. It’s a worthy effort, but as far as witch-board movies go, you’ll get more out of Ouija 2: Origin of Evil. "[9], Jonathan Holland from The Hollywood Reporter gives a negative review of the film and wrote "The real horror in Veronica is not in the CGI visuals, or in Pablo Rosso's frantic cinematography, or in the aural bombardment of sound effects and music; it’s in the relationship between the children". Claw and bite marks appear on her body and she hears strange noises. Cookies help us deliver our Services.

Submissions should outline a mystery and provide a link to a more detailed review of the case such as a Wiki article or news report. Estefania non è mai riuscita a superare del tutto tale perdita, così un giorno, insieme ad una sua amica di scuola, in un’aula vuota, decide di comunicare con il suo defunto ragazzo attraverso la tavola Ouija. Desperate, she decides to hold the séance with her young siblings.

The family, who lived in Vallecas, a municipality of Spain just south of Madrid, worried when Estefania began suffering from hallucinations and convulsions. The nun tries to compel the spirit to leave her, but nothing happens. Viewers are … Carbon monoxide poisioning also affects people differently depending on their body chemistry. When you do leave the house, it exits your system and you feel better. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Verónica becomes unresponsive, whispering something repeatedly that Rosa leans in to hear, and suddenly lets out a demonic scream.
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I familiari, inoltre, confermavano di udire distintamente dei rumori alquanto sospetti, come battiti di piedi nel bel mezzo della notte o strani suoni a qualsiasi ora del giorno. Just a thought but I strongly feel that she wasn't right in mind beyond her own control. Da quel momento iniaziano a verificarsi una serie interminabile di eventi alquanto inquietanti e bizzarri.
"[14], https://www.the-numbers.com/movie/Veronica-(Spain), "Toronto Adds Films From Aaron Sorkin, Louis C.K., Brie Larson", "Investigating the true story behind Veronica, the new Netflix horror movie about summoning a demon during an eclipse", "Veronica: is it the scariest horror film ever?

She finds him and notices he won't go with her. So I watched the documentary and the movie Veronica that just came out and I saw a striking resemblance to that carbon monoxide poisoning story on reddit a few years ago. Carbon Monoxide poisoning doesn't make any sense because why would she die and have visions and nausea and everything and no one else in the family?

I’ve been there many times.

Le voglie sono collegate a una morte violenta nella vita precedente? Perhaps it's because the physical traits had already dissipated by the time she was checked up on?

Low level exposure won't kill you that fast because there's enough oxygen in the air so you're not suffocating. I’ve read up on the case and I couldn’t find anything about the stains on the mattress or the combusting photo. Verónica's hand remains on it, and at the moment of the eclipse, the cup shatters, cutting her finger and dripping blood onto the board. After passing out, Verónica wakes in the school nurse's office, who tells her she probably passed out from iron deficiency. Veronica is a Spanish original movie directed by Paco Plaza - loosely based on Estefania's story. "[10], Shortly after the release of Verónica on Netflix Jordan Crucchoila of Vulture countered other reviewers who believe that Verónica is the scariest movie on Netflix "In our estimation, Veronica is not that scary. But they said she had these hallucinations and convulsions for months prior everywhere even when she was on the bus or in the street. The medics carry her and Antoñito out while a shaken detective observes the scene. The only accurate thing in that movie was the opening scene showing just how insanely large her mansion actually was in her lifetime, before the 1906 earthquake took half of it out and that she did feel immense guilt over the many lives lost due to Winchester rifles. ", but overall still believes that the film has "some great set-piece scares, and the movie’s most disturbing moment is pretty damn good. I read she died of heart and lung failure. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include nausea, dizzyness, seizures, muscle weakness, visual disturbances (hallucinations) and impairment of cerebral function to name a few. Questa vicenda è la più atroce di cui si abbia documentazione, non tanto per la crudeltà, ma per l’entità malefica che la giovane ragazza, insieme alla sua famiglia, si trovò ad affrontare! where can I fond the documentary? Estefania non è mai riuscita a superare del tutto tale perdita, così un giorno, insieme ad una sua amica di scuola, in un’aula vuota, decide di comunicare con il suo defunto ragazzo attraverso la tavola Ouija. She calls the police as the spirit snatches Antoñito, manages to grab him back, and escapes along with Lucia and Irene. I definitively could see some kind of contamination (ie: mold/gas leak) being a source - but it’s harder to believe if it only seriously effected only one person out of the whole family. Their father died recently and their mother works long hours at a bar to support the family, leaving Verónica in charge of her younger siblings: twins Lucia and Irene, and Antoñito. Then again, “historical” supernatural movies are almost always based on fake or even non-existent stories. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the UnresolvedMysteries community, Continue browsing in r/UnresolvedMysteries.

She probably died from other health related effects of the carbon monoxide poisioning, rather than the quick organ failure of carbon monoxide itself - for example increasing damage or organs over a long period of time or it can worsen pre existing medical conditions that may have gone unnoticed earlier. Carbon monoxide leaves the body a few hours after the person is removed from the environment no matter the dose. [7], In Spain the film grossed $4,212,203, and $1,910,886 in other territories, for a worldwide total of $6,123,089. Verónica wants to reach out to her late father, and Diana wants to reach out to her late boyfriend, who died in a motorcycle accident. Sister Death tells her that she can force the spirits to leave by doing right what she did wrong. Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro death theory (Veronica) So I watched the documentary and the movie Veronica that just came out and I saw a striking resemblance to that carbon monoxide poisoning story on reddit a few years ago. In early 1990, the family of 18-year-old Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro noticed an odd change in her behavior. Her exact cause of death is a mystery. Maybe she was prone to paranoia and the ouija thing triggered an episode. I segni che rivelano che una persona defunta a noi cara... 9 cose strane che succedono mentre dormiamo. However, when she gets to the exit she sees in a mirror that she is not actually holding Antoñito but just imagined it. Consistent low level carbon monoxide exposure can sometimes lead to seizures. Yeah, after she passed away, they continued to see things, at least for a year (from what they've said in Spanish talk shows). Tutto inizia nel 1990, siamo a Vallecas (Spagna). "[13] Paul Tassi from Forbes magazine wrote "If I was scoring the movie myself I’d probably give it a 6 out of 10, “fresh,” but not exactly stunning. It explains all the officers feeling ill after leaving the apartment and more.

She might experience it worse than other family members bc of her body chemistry or she stayed in the house the longest. It can also continue to affect someone for a few hours after they have left the environment. Alle 2:30 di notte circa, tutta la famiglia era fuori di casa, nel mezzo della strada, ad aspettare la polizia. Verónica learns that it is important to say goodbye to the spirit at the end of the séance. In the same magazine, director Paco Plaza says that he didn't feel bound to portray the real events, clarifying "...the whole story of Veronica and the sisters and Antoñito, this little Marlon Brando with glasses, it’s all a vision." It is explained that the movie is based on the true events of the first police report in Spain where a police officer certifies having witnessed paranormal activity. Su último día. Verónica is based on the true story of 18-year-old Estefania Gutierrez Lázaro, who tragically passed away in August 1991. ", "This Is the Scariest Part of Netflix's Veronica", "Netflix's 'Veronica' Is A Bizarre But Ultimately Bland Take On Demonic Horror", "Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain (2018)", "The Platino Awards for Iberoamerican Cinema (2018)". Some being more susceptible than others to lower doses, which could explain why she was dealing with these symptoms and the rest of her family was not. The website's critical consensus reads, "A scarily effective horror outing, Veronica proves it doesn't take fancy or exotic ingredients to craft skin-crawling genre thrills. Her exact cause of death is a mystery. Even in the movie the downstairs neighbor speaks of a black spot on her ceiling. But I’ve yet to fully watch the movie or the documentary, so that’s just a first-impression-kinda-thing.

On the day of the solar eclipse, her teacher explains how some ancient cultures used eclipses to stage human sacrifices and summon dark spirits. Were these details just added for the film or does anybody have a source for an article where they mention it?

By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Your guess is SO likely. The film opens in 1991 in medias res, with emergency services responding to a call from a young girl.

After watching the movie, I really felt that it was all eluding to "Toxic Mold" and the apartment was riddled with it. Overall though he sums up his film review with "Thick on chills, thin on psychology. It’s a plausible theory but it could also have been a family hysteria?

My first thought, just based on a description of her behavior, was possibly a form of a bipolar or personality disorder (especially the “manic” behavior). She sounds panicked and screams about her brother Antoñito, and something "coming to get him", before the call cuts off. It's really hard to tell with so little information. I know they said they kept seeing things or whatever, but that's not anything compared to what Estefania endured. This would also correlate exposure to the monoxide. Not saying supernatural but not necessarily carbon monoxide poisoning.
The board responds right away but Rosa and Diana pull their hands back when the glass cup becomes too hot to touch. Watched the movie, interested in some real facts. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro è una studentessa di 18 anni che ha perso da poco il suo fidanzato in un incidente motociclistico. Verónica draws protective Viking symbols for the kids, only for the demon to destroy them. The nun scolds her for doing something so dangerous and explains that the séance attached a dark spirit to her; she needs to protect her siblings. She returns to find her brother hiding in a closet and calling her name.

I’m a skeptic anyway so I tend to go with your carbon monoxide explanation or just some other natural cause. Carbon monoxide poisioning is only definitvely lethal above 0.08% in the air. I first thought of gas leakage, but i feel even so maybe it would have affected more people, the stains were reported to have been tested but never solved what was the cause, maybe family hysteria but then why did she die? I don't know if they ended up moving. However, until it does exit your system you will also feel bad and hallucinate. She is unable to eat her dinner, as if an invisible hand is preventing her. It’s a worthy effort, but as far as witch-board movies go, you’ll get more out of Ouija 2: Origin of Evil. "[9], Jonathan Holland from The Hollywood Reporter gives a negative review of the film and wrote "The real horror in Veronica is not in the CGI visuals, or in Pablo Rosso's frantic cinematography, or in the aural bombardment of sound effects and music; it’s in the relationship between the children". Claw and bite marks appear on her body and she hears strange noises. Cookies help us deliver our Services.

Submissions should outline a mystery and provide a link to a more detailed review of the case such as a Wiki article or news report. Estefania non è mai riuscita a superare del tutto tale perdita, così un giorno, insieme ad una sua amica di scuola, in un’aula vuota, decide di comunicare con il suo defunto ragazzo attraverso la tavola Ouija. Desperate, she decides to hold the séance with her young siblings.

The family, who lived in Vallecas, a municipality of Spain just south of Madrid, worried when Estefania began suffering from hallucinations and convulsions. The nun tries to compel the spirit to leave her, but nothing happens. Viewers are … Carbon monoxide poisioning also affects people differently depending on their body chemistry. When you do leave the house, it exits your system and you feel better. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Verónica becomes unresponsive, whispering something repeatedly that Rosa leans in to hear, and suddenly lets out a demonic scream.

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