13 Creepy Unsolved Mysteries That Need To Be Turned Into Movies
13. The Bodies Of Pauline Picard
In 1922 a 2-year-old Pauline Picard vanished from her family’s
farm in a small French village and just as her parents had lost hopes, she was found over 300kms away. Strangely, she didn't seem to recognise her parents, but she was identified by them (and neighbours) as Pauline.
All seemed well, but then, a month later, a neighbouring farmer found a pile of
neatly folded clothes next to a mutilated corpse near the Picard property.
The clothes were what Pauline
was wearing the day she disappeared, and next to the headless corpse was a skull from an
unidentifiable adult male (the face had been partly eaten by foxes). Even weirder, the skull and body were seemingly placed near the Picard
home after an extensive search of the
Whether the body was Pauline’s or not, who the skull belonged to, and who
the girl was that was now living with the Picards remains a mystery to this
How Would The Movie Look?
There’s no doubt that the Pauline Picard movie would be an incredible
thriller; something along the lines of Gone Girl or Silence of the Lambs. For
the movie to work flawlessly it makes sense that Hannibal showrunner
Bryan Fuller should take the reigns, as he’s proven he has the skill to turn something that’s gruesome, complex, and mysterious into a thing of beauty.
a confounding role perfect for the next great child actor and two grieving,
possibly misguided parents that could be played to perfection by Hannibal stars
Hugh Dancy and Gillian Anderson, the Pauline Picard film is a thriller-lover's
fantasy waiting to be made.
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