(EDITOR’S NOTE: Call Me Stormy has been in existence nine years now, and we have made 15,000 posts. To celebrate these milestones, today we re-publish our top 10 posts as measured by their popularity with our readers. We begin with No. 10 and will work our way up to No. 1. All of these posts have more than 900 views each, the best nearly 50,000. Here’s No. 7, originally published Feb. 20, 2019.)
Just like Heather O’Rourke, Judith Barsi died at a very young age after appearing in movies directed by or produced by Steven Spielberg. O’Rourke died in 1988, at the age of 12, after starring in the three first Poltergeist movies. Barsi also died in 1988, at the age of 10, after providing vocals for the animated feature The Land Before Time, executive produced by Steven Spielberg.
Here, McAllisterTV examines the death of Barsi. Newspaper accounts of the time cited police sources who called the death a murder-suicide, involving Barsi’s Hungarian father Jozsef Barsi. He supposedly shot himself after murdering the little girl and her mother, Maria. The mother had allegedly told neighbors and law enforcement authorities earlier about threats made by the father. But did he really kill all three family members? Or could there have been dirty-doings involving Spielberg, his co-producers, film personnel or even stars?
The focus here is on Michael Caine, who co-starred with Barsi in the 1987 sequel Jaws: The Revenge. Was Barsi actually murdered by her father, or did she face murder perpetrated by Hollywood personalities involved in pedophilia? There have long been stories suggesting O’Rourke died just such a heinous death after being anally raped viciously and repeatedly, causing intestinal stenosis.
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