it's one thing that puts chills up my spine. cut and paste:
Before he would helm Superman, Richard Donner directed The Omen, which is one film that may actually be cursed. There are several occurrences that happened before, during and after production that certainly makes one think twice. I don't want to go through all of the eerie incidents, but one event in particular had John Richardson (who was in charge of special effects for the film) crashing his car outside the town of Ommen. While he was left unhurt by the accident, his girlfriend was decapitated in a manner similar to an effect from The Omen. Two separate planes carrying two separate cast members were both struck by lightning. Trained Rottweilers turned on their handlers. A plane booked for the crew was double-booked and the four Asian businessmen who actually boarded it were killed when a malfunction caused the plane to crash. Where did the plane crash? Into two cars, one of which contained the wife and child of the pilot. Too many disturbing, yet verifiable events were happening to people involved in one small film. To his dying day, Gregory Peck — devout Catholic, film legend, former president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and Hollywood's most educated and liberally minded Oscar winner — refused to talk about the eerie coincidences. I'm not saying that what Gregory Peck says is always right, but it often is and that is behavior that suggests personal discomfort about a situation.
what it doesn't mention is that a zookeeper where they filmed a scene was attacked and eaten alive by a lion the day after the film crew left. and prob some other stuff as well