10 Plagues of Egypt
The 10 Plagues of Egypt, also referred to as the Plagues of Egypt, or the Biblical Plagues, are the ten calamities imposed upon Egypt by God in the Bible (as recounted in the Book of Exodus, Chapters 7–12), to convince Pharaoh to let the poorly treated Israelite slaves go. The Plagues of Egypt play a major part in several films such as The Abominable Dr. Phibes, The Reaping and the 1999 remake of the Mummy. The 10 biblical plagues are listed as follows:
- Plague of blood
- Plague of frogs
- Plague of gnats
- Plague of flies
- Plague of pestilence
- Plague of Boils
- Plague of hail
- Plague of locusts
- Plague of darkness
- Death of the firstborn son
112 Ocean Avenue
112 Ocean Avenue is a street address located in the town of Amityville, New York. It is the former home of the Lutz family who briefly lived in the allegedly haunted house for twenty-eight days in 1975.
(See Also: The Amityville Horror)
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1313 Mockingbird Lane
1313 Mockingbird Lane was a street address in Mockingbird Heights. It was the home of the Munsters family which consisted of Herman Munster, his wife Lily, son Eddie, niece Marilyn and Grandpa Munster. The weather patterns directly over top 1313 Mockingbird Lane was always rainy or cloudy, regardless of what the weather was like anywhere else.
(See Also: Munsters (TV Series))
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1428 Elm Street
1428 Elm Street is a street address located in the suburbs of Springwood, Ohio. It was once the home of the Thompson family which consisted of Donald, Margaret and Nancy Thomas. Following the untimely death of Margaret Thompson, Nancy and her father moved out and the house was occupied by the Walsh family which included Ken and Cheryl Walsh and their children Angela and Jesse. More recently, the house was occupied by Lori Campbell and her father.
(See Also: A Nightmare on Elm Street)
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45 Lampkin Lane
45 Lampkin Lane is a street address located in the suburban community of Haddonfield, Illinois and is the home of the Myers family. The address gained notoriety on October 31st, 1963 when young Michael Myers murdered his older sister Judith. The address was first identified by Deputy Gary Hunt in Halloween II.
(See Also: Myers residence)
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The number six-hundred and sixty-six has religious significance and is referenced in the book of Revelations in the Judeo-Christian Bible. The number is often associated with the Devil, the Antichrist or some measure of occult ritual pertaining to Satanism. Commonly referred to as the Number of the Beast, the apocalyptic symbolism behind the number is translated in the King James Bible as:
Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
(See Also: 666; Antichrist; Apocalypse)
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