A Banking firm is giving KSh 143k ($1,300) to anyone prepared to sit through some of the world’s scariest films.
According to CNN, the banking firm called Finance buzz is investigating whether the magnitude of a film’s budget affects its audience appeal.
The company is recruiting a horror movie heart rate analyst and Fitbit will monitor a person’s heart beat as he watches the films.
This is just in time for October, which is known for being a spooky month with Halloween and other events, making it the ideal time for their research.
Finance buzz wants to know if people are more afraid of high-budget films than low-budget films, or if it’s just a question of good writing.
In terms of the films, even the names of some of them would make any terrified person shudder.
2: Halloween (2018),
4:A Quiet place
7:A Quiet Place part 2
8: The Purge
10: The Blair Witch Project
Between October 9 and October 18, those that are successful in selection will be view the aforementioned flicks.
The company will provide the analyst a Fitbit tracker, as well as the award money and an additional KSh 5.5k to cover movie expenses.
To apply, one must fill out a form and explain why they believe they are the best candidate for the job.
Elsewhere, a man reacting to the screams of a distraught robbery victim was unlucky enough to be killed.
This is when he came in the way of the assailants, who knifed him twice as they prepared their escape.
George and Jackline Omondi were happily sleeping in their bed at 5 a.m. yesterday.
Loud and agonizing screams outside their home interrupted their sleep.
In order to help the victim, Omondi leapt from his bed and dashed for the door.
After a few minutes, his wife, Jackline, went outside to see what was going on .
She observed a swarm of people gathered around a body that was splayed on the ground.
When she got closer, she discovered that the man was…. Click HERE to continue reading