• Jaws, Fear, Blood: Shark Attack Survivor Recalls Near-Death Experience While Surfing

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    In 2005, Sonoma County Coast woman Megan Halavais was surfing on Salmon Creek Beach with friends when a great white shark came, seemingly out of nowhere, and attacked her.
    “I took one stroke in the water, the shark just came out of the water, hit me,” she says in REELZ's new docuseries Shark Terror: The Real Jaws .
    “ The shark rolled onto its side , its whole pectoral fin came out and it's looking like an elephant ear, it was huge.”
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    Halavais was just a teen when the incident occurred, and she barely remembers her reaction to the unexpected confrontation with the predator.
    “I was just...
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  • Underwater Terror: Inside The Real-Life ‘Jaws' Shark's Most Horrific Attacks

    Underwater Terror: Inside The Real-Life ‘Jaws' Shark's Most Horrific Attacks

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    In 1916, a suspected serial-killing shark, one of the inspirations for the book and Blockbuster movie Jaws , brought terror to the coast of New Jersey.
    In REEL's new docuseries, Shark Terror: The Real Jaws , author and historian John Allan Savolaine says “the shark was not demonstrating the “typical shark behavior.”
    Between July 1 and 12, the shark killed four people and injured one other.
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    “This shark was so vicious to three different people, that's what's extremely unusual,” says Savolaine.
    In the show, “ Twelve Days of Terror ” author Richard G. Fernicola recalls the terror of the...
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