Your child gets stuck in a TV and a tree changes through a window to invade your house in an attempt to grab your other child, not to mention a bedroom closet turns into a slimy portal to hell – everything because your home was built in a cemetery and your real estate agent did not tell you.
The question now is: Can insurance make you whole? Perhaps.
On Thursday, MSN Money published an analysis of old horror movies and whether insurance or other financial protection could have saved the victims. In the case of "Poltergeist", the news site confirmed whether homeowners' insurance would cover the possession and destruction of a home.
"Yes, vandalism caused by uninvited ghosts would usually be covered if you can prove the damage," the article states. "And because the property developers did not disclose that the homes were built in a cemetery, the unfortunate homeowners could sue for negligence due to non-disclosure, which would be covered by the developer's business liability insurance."
Regarding the vengeful and bloodthirsty wife Vorhees mourning the death of her son Jason, who drowned as a child at Camp Crystal Lake as a conspiracy of the original "Friday the 1
The analysis mentions 10 less popular films and policies such as disability, health and travel insurance that could have helped victims. However, MSM Money says that the "bottom line" is that "by horror movie rules, you may not need insurance because you will not live long enough to make a claim."