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Word of Mouth

The Ghost Town That Became District 12

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Ken Fager, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons
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Henry River Mill Village in North Carolina was just another American ghost town - abandoned, except for the occasional passing tourist or history buff.  That is, until it was transformed into 'District 12' - the oppressed coal-mining community from the film adaptation of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games.

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