6 Facts About 'The Sixth Sense' That Won't Make You See Dead People. Probably.

We all saw dead people in the summer of 1999, thanks to M. Night Shymalan's story about eight-year-old Cole Sear. Captivating audiences, The Sixth Sense became the highest grossing movie of the year next to Star Wars. It was nominated for six Academy Awards, which was an accomplishment for a thriller/horror movie. You can only expect that there are some twisted facts surrounding this iconic movie of the time. 1. The Disney executive that bought the script was fired because of it. When David Vogel, the then-president of Walt Disney Studios, bought the rights to The Sixth Sense, and