Channel 4's True Horror Show Will Open With A Viewer Warning Because It's THAT Scary
New Channel 4 show True Horror is set to be the most terrifying on TV show and it will have a warning for viewers at the start of the episode.
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The new docudrama will open with a disclaimer "scenes of paranormal activity may disturb viewers" before showing real life footage and dramatised moments on the paranormal activity.
So if you're easily spooked then it's probably best you switch over or hide behind a pillow with one eye peeking out, whatever works for you.
The new show will feature interviews with people who have been affected by paranormal activity and dramatised versions of those scary incidents.
Each episode will tell a single story by drawing on terrifying testimonies from the people affected.
Their accounts have then been dramatised by a group of writers and directors to add that extra spooky effect.
The show is set to have four parts, suggesting there will be four frightening stories.
Tonight's first episode will show a couple's experienced in a haunted property, when things became sinister and spooky around them.
In the show, Liz and Bill are shown discussing their move to the quiet farmhouse in the Welsh hill, where animals run freely and artist Bill has a studio place to work from.
Suddenly, things become incredibly ghastly when animals start dying without reason and the farm starts to conjure weird visions as objects move around. Bill's artwork also starts to change and becomes dark and nasty. Gulp.
Though people are interviewed in the show, the dramatisations make this as close to a horror film as can be achieved, with moments of people being pulled from rooms, bedroom doors swinging open and insane bodies in walls.
The show has been produced by the Bafta-nominated team behind The Enfield Haunting in 2015.
True Horror starts tonight on Channel 4 at 10pm.
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