An old barn burned Monday on a Lehigh County property where 2 horror movies were filmed
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Monday, January 28, 2013
An old barn burned Monday on a Lehigh County property where 2 horror movies were filmed.
North Whitehall Fire Marshal Don Jacobs said a Monday morning fire in an abandoned barn at 4767 Cobbler Road is considered "suspicious." The adjoining slaughterhouse, which was the setting for two indie horror movies, was not damaged. "There's no natural cause that would set my mind at ease," Jacobs said. "There was nothing stored in there that could self-ignite, no farming equipment or anything - just some old hay." Jacobs said the barn hasn't had power or been used in any way since 1980. "We did bring in the Allentown arson dog and the Pa. State Police fire marshal from Dublin," Jacobs said. "We're taking this very seriously because one thing can lead to another and we don’t want anything to get worse." He confirmed they have some active…
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Take our poll on famous horror movie madmen and tell us which one is the most terrifying
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