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First Person Horror

Four Found Footage Films People Thought Were Real

By: Alyssa Ethelcrowe Sometimes an audience doesn’t get the memo that a work of fiction is just that. Take Orson Welles’ The War of the Worlds (1938), notorious for the panic it caused immediately after its broadcast. It’s obviously fiction now, but that wasn’t so clear to the people who heard the radio drama and flew into a panic. The program presented itself as a news broadcast, often with bulle...

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