Dybbuk: Box of Horrors

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When people were watching Ghost Adventure LIVE:  the opening of the Dybbuk box, they were suspecting the box would be open LIVE on the show. It’s like they wasted their time watching other possessed evil dolls and haunted items they have collected over the years. Even constructor workers walk off during the installation and reconstruction of the 1938 building. The building itself was owned by Cyril S. Wengert, a business person. His family members passed away and left their energy at the house. Especially the basement, that’s the most evil place where the Dybbuk is located – sealed.

You have to know the history of each haunted item. If you don’t know who are you gonna called? Ghost Busters! I have the song stuck in my head.

They are countless documentary featuring the Dybbuk Box, and they say the same thing over and over again. It’s evil.

How did it get here? A Holocaust survivor by the name of Havela who bought wine box in Spain. Dybbuk means a restless or malicious spirit that can haunt the living. It’s a Hebrew descent, and it has the Shema prayer in it.  Kevin Mannis bought the box after Havela’s death. In the years of owning the box, he had been experienced strange and tragic events with his life. He purchased this box for his wife, and she suffers a stroke.  The wife pointed out the box and wrote a note that says “hate gift” the wife survives in the hospital.

Mannis tries to get rid of the box by selling it on eBay with a warning, that the box is evil and if they purchased your life would not be the same. And of course, people bought it and evil happened to them. What they have experienced were evil nightmares that took over their life. It’s the same thing with Ouija Board. When would people stop purchasing the Ouija Board, it’s evil like the Dybbuk Box, the box itself is more deadly than Ouija Board. Stop buying it and posting videos on YouTube and paranormal groups on Facebook saying: “have you tried it?” we get it, it’s evil. Don’t buy it for any reason. Save yourself.  I rather watch cooking shows!

Everyone is curious, is it real? Of course, it is, the box is locked up in a basement of Zak Bagan’s The Haunted Museum, where they have a lot of haunted items. Such as the Raggedy Ann Doll of Annabelle Lee, the staircase from Indiana’s “Demon House” before it was demolished in 2014. As well as the “Propofol chair” from Michael Jackson’s death room. A doll name Peggy caused nosebleeds.

Post malone

Post Malone, musician, and rapper, visit the haunted museum and the box. He touched it. He was followed by a black figure that emerges from the museum. Malone house was burglarized, the plane that he was on made an emergency landing, and he was in a severe car accident.  A visitor dropped to the floor in the Dybbuk chamber and needed medical attention.

The visitor who wanted to visit the museum, there’s a waiver they must sign. If you touch an item or take a picture, it will follow you. One of my friends who touch an object or take a photo hasn’t been himself/herself for the past two years. So sad, passed away. Listen to your tour guide!

 

 

 

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The Ice Cream Truck

Ice Cream Truck

When a local ice cream man who has a love for nostalgia starts to kill some of her neighbors, Mary is torn between her mature instincts that something is wrong and the distracting memories of her younger days.

In other words, it was a very creepy movie, that never got a limited screening when it came in the fall of 2017. I wanted ice cream when I was watching the movie, instead, I got a popcorn flavor ice cream for promotion and it was free, the flavor was Lemon meringue pie, the drink I had to pay for it.

Writer and director Megan Freels Johnston wrote the screenplay with the elements of a slasher flick, social satire, and psychological portrait of American life.

It reminds me of David Lynch in the beautiful way it was filmed, as well as the deliberately methodical pace. But that was intentional, similar to the pace and main character in Lost In Translation, which also conveys the experiences of a person in a fish out of water realm of uneasiness, triggered by new and unfamiliar surroundings.

Deanna Russo’s acting is spot on as a woman dealing with loneliness, boredom, the faded nostalgia of her teen years as well as the constant onslaught of awkward strangers and neighbors who repeatedly invade her fragile bubble of isolation. Plus, she is gorgeous.

The cast

Deanna Russo

Deanna Russo

Emil Johnsen

Emil Johnson

Hilary Barraford 1a

If you get chance to see it, watch out for the bell from the ice cream truck.

The Ice Cream Truck [Blu-ray] or The Ice Cream Truck