According to the weekend Box Office Hits for November 6-November 8 (listed on Script Mag website), the following movies are estimated to have brought in the following dollar amounts:
|1. A Christmas Carol (2009)||$30.1 M|
|2. Michael Jackson's This Is It||$13.2 M|
|3. The Men Who Stare at Goats||$12.7 M|
|4. The Fourth Kind||$12.2 M|
|5. Paranormal Activity||$8.3 M|
Does this mean that paranormal activity (not the movie, but the activity itself) is actually becoming more acceptable to the general public, or is the general public just as frightened by paranormal happenings as they have been previously?
We are all intrigued by UFOs, aliens, apparitions, and paranormal activity. Whether we believe in them or not, we are still fascinated by the possibility that other beings are watching us and that unexplainable activity occurs with enough frequency for us to at least consider that we are not the only beings in this vast and never-ending universe.
The fact that you are reading this blog indicates that at the very least, you are curious.
Photos were borrowed from wikipedia.