Horrifying hillbilly and redneck abductions
While out traveling in the backwoods, one must be vigilant. There are things out there that can lead to an early grave. Of many things happening in the world today, there are stories of people killing and kidnapping people. A small percentage of them are people living in rural locations in the world.
In the United States, they would be commonly referred to as hillbillies or rednecks. There are some people who maintain an off the grid lifestyle and are quite efficient at what they do. These same people, are not locked into any type of standardized system, paying extra expenses as they live their lives. Perhaps just the basics for them will do.
Sometimes however, these same people have become so cut off from society, that their mind turns into backward type thinking. These people have become psychotic in what they do and how they think. While the percentage may be small, there are a few people who torture and kill those, who wander in their neck of the woods.
These hillbillies and rednecks have turned themselves into cold blooded killers. Demonstrations of cannibalism has often been used in horror movies, showing these simplistic people eating others that they capture. Inbreeding has also people an issue for them, as they have incestuous relationships with one another as well.
Obviously, there are some good people out in remote areas as well. While most people have fabricated some sort of illusion in their mind, about creepy incestuous nomads living in places – most would never think of, there are dangerous people nearly everywhere nowadays.
Take for example the following Hollywood stories, which allegedly happened involving some hillbillies and rednecks in remote locations inspired by various news stories. For those seeking out a scare for Halloween, these movies may make your skin crawl over the holiday or even provide a few laughs.
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)
This is a comedy/horror film which focuses on two best friends on vacation in their dilapidated mountain house. They are mistaken for murderous backwood hillbillies by a group of preppy college kids. As Tucker and Dale try to help the students, the body count starts piling up in creatively amusing way. It stars Alan Tudyk as Tucker and Tyler Labine as Dale.
Wrong Turn (2003)
Six people find themselves trapped within in the woods of West Virginia. They are then hunted down by a bunch of cannibalistic mountain men, who are grossly disfigured through generations of in-breeding. The name of this movie is Wrong Turn released back in 2003. It stars Eliza Dushku, Jeremy Sisto, and Emmanuelle Chriqu. A sequel simply titled Wrong Turn 2 was later released in 2007.
The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
While a family was on their way to California, misfortune soon followed them as their car breaks down in an area closed to the public inhabited by violent savages ready to attack them. It’s old but amusing in some regards.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
Two siblings visit their grandfather’s grave in Texas along with three of their friends and are attacked by a family of cannibalistic psychopaths. Considered a horror classic.
Intent on seeing the Cahulawassee River before it’s turned into one huge lake, outdoor fanatic Lewis Medlock takes his friends on a river-rafting trip they’ll never forget into the dangerous American back-country.
Wishing you a horrifying yet safe Halloween!