posted on May, 8 2012 @ 05:46 AM
The thing that struck me the most from that story was the reaction of the Masai warriors that came to kill them. These men are renowned lion hunters,
and killing a lion is part of becoming a man. Certainly, they are experts in that area. These men, these lion-killing warriors, were afraid of those
two. They said they weren't lions, but were demons. hence the movie title (and yes, GREAT film, if you can handle blood). I suspect the numbers
killed were high. So many workers there, and the British would not necessarily document how many were killed. Definitely an interesting case. NOT
normal behavior. I will tend to side with the experts that were on sight, over johnny-come-lately experts trying to debunk the story decades later.
One of the best, and most chilling movies I have ever watched.