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'True Nightmares' Revives The Scary TV Days Of Alfred Hitchcock With Real Stories

Need a good night’s sleep? Help is not on the way. Because truth is often more chilling than fiction, and fear can keep you up at night. Take the case of Wallace Souza, who in 2009 hosted a Brazilian TV crime show called, “Canal Livre.” Souza had the good fortune of receiving anonymous phone tips alerting him and the TV station of upcoming murders. He confounded local authorities by getting a TV news truck to the scene of the attacks before they happened and broadcasting live coverage which, of course, boosted his TV ratings, CNN reported at the time.
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