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Md. horror director wants to make movie in mall
Sunday - 6/23/2013, 6:50pm EDT
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) -- A horror movie director wants to shoot a film in an abandoned mall in Frederick.
Director Eduardo Sanchez lives in Urbana and made Burkittsville famous with "The Blair Witch Project" in 1999. He tells The Frederick News-Post (http://tinyurl.com/mbe3onv) that he's developing a screenplay set in the cavernous, empty Frederick Towne Mall.
Cal Glorioso, director of the Frederick Film Office, is trying to negotiate a deal between Sanchez and Rockwood Capital, which owns the property and is trying to redevelop it.
Wal-Mart is eyeing the property, and the mall could be torn down soon. Sanchez says the mall is part of Frederick's history, and it would be a shame not to use it before it's destroyed.
Sanchez says he would probably need a few weeks to shoot the movie.
Information from: The Frederick (Md.) News-Post, http://www.fredericknewspost.com
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