Man in India reportedly dies while watching 'The Conjuring 2'

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A movie was so terrifying, it might have killed a man.

That's what reportedly happened in Tiruvannamalai, a small town in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, to a 65-year-old watching the horror flick, The Conjuring 2. According to Times of India, the man complained of heart pains and fainted near the movie's climax.

Making the story even scarier, the man, who authorities are still trying to identify, died and then disappeared. The publication says the person handling the cadaver could have made an escape with the body.

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The movie, released in theaters worldwide, is a sequel to the 2013 original starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. The two played paranormal investigators who document the Amityville murders in 1976. In The Conjuring 2, they travel to London to investigate a family that is possessed by spirits.

Already, the film has received stellar reviews from terrified critics.

"A freakier follow-up featuring creepy kids, villains who'll keep you up at night and camerawork that puts moviegoers in a state of impending dread," said USA Today.

It's still not clear exactly what happened in Tiruvannamalai. But that doesn't mean we're not spooked by it. And no, we won't be watching this horror flick – ever.

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January 4 -- Robert Stigwood, manager of the Bee Gees and Cream.

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January 4 -- Country singer Craig Strickland was found dead at age 29 from hypothermia.

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January 6 -- Pat Harrington, Jr., actor in 'One Day at a Time,' died at 86 from complications from Alzheimer's disease.

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January 11 -- Singer David Bowie died after battling cancer for 18 months. He was 69.

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January 14 -- Actor Alan Rickman, popular for playing Professor Snape in the 'Harry Potter' films, died at 69 after battling cancer.

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January 18 -- Glenn Frey, founding member of The Eagles, died at age 67 due to complications from multiple ailments.

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January 29 -- Paul Kantner, guitarist, vocalist and founding member of the band Jefferson Airplane, passed away at age 74 of multiple organ failure following a heart attack.

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February 2 -- Jibri Bryan, #34, of the Mercer Bears was killed in a shooting at age 23.

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February 4 -- Maurice White, founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, died from the effects of Parkinson's disease at age 74.

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February 4 -- Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, the sixth person to walk on the moon, passed away at 85 under hospice care.

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February 13 -- United States Supreme Court justice, Antonin Scalia.

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February 19 -- Author of the beloved novel To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee.

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March 9 -- Beatles producer Sir George Martin passed away at age 90, as announced by Ringo Starr on Twitter.

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March 16 -- Singer Frank Sinatra Jr.

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March 24 -- Comedian Garry Shandling at age 66. 

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March 29 -- Oscar winning actress Patty Duke, at the age of 69.

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