Mary Ann O’Neill – Official Horror Short Film

Mary Ann O’Neill, Rigor Mortis Paranormal’s first horror short film has officially been released on YouTube Saturday October 26, 2019 at 10:00am CST.

Unfortunately we only found out about YouTube’s “premiere” feature where you can chat live with viewers during the film’s debut just hours before the release. However, it was fun watching the live viewers we did have. Anyhow, enjoy the film!


In the mid 70’s elementary school friends find a phone number that is answered with an odd message by a creepy woman on the other end. After the call, each child goes missing one by one.Please remember to “like” the video and share the video with your friends!WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
David Limon and Robert Limon

David Limon

Jasmine Limon / Mary Ann O’Neill
Robert Limon / Mr. Anaya
Sissy Limon / Jamie
Christian / Douglas
Alexandria Garner / Beverly
Kennedy Garner / Roberta
Nina Limon / Davida
Riot / Little kid playing on the sidewalk
Mary Ellen Limon / Car Driver for Stunt Shots
David Limon / TV News Anchor

Deep Purple – Highway Star
Stevie Wonder – Superstition
Bum Tab (Nathan Limon) – Background music and sounds
David Limon – Background sounds Background
Music by: Music-Note World Clip Used – Strange Atmosphere Website –

Jasmine Limon

Yolanda Limon
Jasmine Limon

Mary Ann O’Neill is a horror short film based on true events that happened to brothers Robert Limon and David Limon in the mid 70’s.
Additional story line for entertainment purposes written by David Limon and Robert Limon.

All of the Rigor Mortis Paranormal Team and family members who helped make this film possible:
Kory Earle, Iam Limon, Nathan Limon, “Halloween” Mike Limon, Michael Lehman, Jacob Limon

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Film Quotes

“We have the potential to make $11,000 a year, we’d be living like kings and queens”.

“Get this!” – Something one of our friends said as a kid that always stuck with us (Rob and Dave).

“The might Vikings will have 3 less classmates…” – While we never mentioned the school, if you live in the south side of San Antonio, you’ll know which elementary school this is.

“My brother found a dime” …. “It was a Mercury dime” – In case you didn’t know, this line is setting things up for the next horror short film!

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