Verónica goes to Sister Death for advice; the nun tells of how she used to see dark spirits when she was younger, and intentionally blinded herself in an unsuccessful attempt to stop the visions. She tries to help Lucia when the spirit chokes her, but Lucia says it was Verónica who was choking her. I’m watching the movie now, but would love to know where to find the documentary. The family, who lived in Vallecas, a municipality of Spain just south of Madrid, worried when Estefania began suffering from hallucinations and convulsions. In addition, the film was released in eight other countries between the months of December 2017 up until February 2018.

Carbon monoxide poisioning also affects people differently depending on their body chemistry.

In the real article they said they tested her for 6+ months.

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.

Una notte, in particolare, tali fenomeni sono talmente violenti, che i Gutierrez decidono di chiamare la polizia. Verónica is a 15-year-old girl living with her mother and three siblings in an apartment in the working-class district of Vallecas, Madrid.

[3] It is loosely based on true events from the 1991 Vallecas case where Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro died mysteriously after she used a ouija board.[4]. Both the stain and the photo are most likely unrelated. [5] The American magazine Newsweek, referenced by NME, is more cautious and while acknowledging that the case is real, likens the event to the similar pop-culture phenomenon and urban legend The Amityville Horror.

Su último día. Tutto inizia nel 1990, siamo a Vallecas (Spagna). I know they said they kept seeing things or whatever, but that's not anything compared to what Estefania endured.

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. It was reported that two of the responding officers "felt nauseated" and had to leave the apartment. So... where can I watch these documentaries? I’m a skeptic anyway so I tend to go with your carbon monoxide explanation or just some other natural cause. It was a pretty fucked up scene apparently, all that religious shit and destruction everywhere, it's not uncommon for people firm in the belief of the supernatural to inadvertently succumb to illness out of an experience they believe to be tied with the paranormal. 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! She sounds panicked and screams about her brother Antoñito, and something "coming to get him", before the call cuts off. As the detective watches a framed photograph of Verónica suddenly catch fire, he is informed that she has died. A subreddit dedicated to the unresolved mysteries of the world.

Desperate, she decides to hold the séance with her young siblings. where can I fond the documentary?

Cookies help us deliver our Services. She might experience it worse than other family members bc of her body chemistry or she stayed in the house the longest.

Low level exposure won't kill you that fast because there's enough oxygen in the air so you're not suffocating.

Sister Death tells her that she can force the spirits to leave by doing right what she did wrong. [1] It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. I’ve read up on the case and I couldn’t find anything about the stains on the mattress or the combusting photo. Meaning she could have easily lived for that extended period of time with an exposure low enough not to result in immediate death, but high enough to affect her health.

L’intera casa sembra posseduta: iniziano ad aprirsi e chiudersi le porte, i crocifissi vengono staccati dalle pareti con violenza, si sentono voci nella notte, le presenze e le ombre si fanno sempre più invadenti e minacciose, a volte i familiari di Estefania si svegliano con i muri graffiati e i mobili spostati, ma non di qualche centimetro, bensì di metri.

It's really hard to tell with so little information.

Verónica looks at herself in the mirror and sees the demon, realizing she has been possessed by the demon the entire time, and had been harming her siblings under its control.

But if you get to the point where you are convulsing with carbon monoxide poisoning usually you die within 20 to 30 min. Veronica is a Spanish original movie directed by Paco Plaza - loosely based on Estefania's story. The nun tries to compel the spirit to leave her, but nothing happens.

The police enter to find her being attacked by an invisible force and passing out.

When you do leave the house, it exits your system and you feel better. 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.

Alle 2:30 di notte circa, tutta la famiglia era fuori di casa, nel mezzo della strada, ad aspettare la polizia. Infine, le caccia entrambe dall’aula e rompe la tavola. TOTAL BULLSHIT. Un’anziana in Thailandia è morta con il desiderio di reincarnarsi in un bambino. Inoltre, anche loro confessano che l’aria in casa si era fatta molto pesante e avevano la sensazione di essere osservati dalle fessure delle porte e sembrava quasi di vedere qualcuno muoversi nell’oscurità.

Maybe she was prone to paranoia and the ouija thing triggered an episode. The only things that confuse me is the stain under her mattress and "combusting" photo after her death.

I’ve been there many times. Consistent low level carbon monoxide exposure can sometimes lead to seizures. She has Antoñito draw the protective symbols on the walls, but he flips to the wrong page and instead draws symbols of invocation. Looking for answers, she goes back to the school basement and finds the school's elderly blind nun whom the students call "Sister Death." Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include nausea, dizzyness, seizures, muscle weakness, visual disturbances (hallucinations) and impairment of cerebral function to name a few. Thanks:).

I read she died of heart and lung failure.

She wakes up to find that she's on her first period. 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.

Your guess is SO likely. What we know is that the family was very religious and therefore prone to get deeper and deeper into paranoia. Her house allegedly became haunted after her death according to the British music magazine NME. 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.

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Lei era ancora in quella casa. ", "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)".

This would also correlate exposure to the monoxide. Rosa reveals that, at the séance, Verónica whispered that she herself would die in three days.

Quando i poliziotti entrano in casa, vengono travolti da una serie di eventi paranormali, tutti ben documentati nel rapporto fatto in caserma: la temperatura all’interno della casa era bassissima, l’ambiente gelava il sangue, gli uomini della polizia vedono crocifissi ruotare, quadri muoversi, segni evidenti di graffi sui muri, ma soprattutto, una presenza oscura in corridoio molto molto alta.

Carbon monoxide leaves the body a few hours after the person is removed from the environment no matter the dose. It explains all the officers feeling ill after leaving the apartment and more. Era stata scaraventata a terra, e la parte interna era stata bruciata. Take the Winchester movie.

On the day of the solar eclipse, her teacher explains how some ancient cultures used eclipses to stage human sacrifices and summon dark spirits.