Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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This is pretty cool:

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11 comments:

Sara said...

Can't believe they left out Halloween. Weird.

Rot said...

It's there!

Sara said...

LOL! I was reading, "Shooting Locations" of horror movies. Oops.

Rot said...

ha.
for, you see, this is the nerd version showing the fake locations.


Jay's Shadow said...

Pennsylvania rules.

highbury said...

Not only does Ohio have Nightmare on Elm Street AND Trick r' Treat, but we also have The Dead Next Door, which happened to be filmed right here in my home town! Beat that, Pennsylvania!

orang3lazaru5 said...

No Night of the Hunter for West Virginia?

Colleen said...

Awww...I woulda thought Maine had more than that. This is a pretty creepy place after all....;)

Rot said...

Pennsylvania: Birthplace of Zombies!

girl6 said...

oh, this is a fantastic find!!
awwwww Washington has the Changeling, lucky doggies!!.<333

i didn't see Fallen for Pennsylvania...booooo

could you imagine trying to do one of these with ghost lore.
i guess there would be tooooo much stuff to list.

they say that the statue of ben franklin (wearing a toga) that sits on top of library hall in old city comes to life after midnight & has been seen roaming around the streets of ben's beloved philly!!. : D

take that Boston!.. : D
haha

Mr Black said...

I am honored to live in Evil Dead turf, I live right down the road from the Adam's farm as well, where the Bell Witch stuff happened. It was the inspiration for An American Haunting, I just wish they hadn't made it about a molestation telekinetic thing. Some people around here are actually still scared of her.