Revealed: The real life filming location of The Hunger Games

A great new article in The Sun has revealed the real-life village where the new blockbuster The Hunger Games was filmed.

Henry River Mill Village in North Carolina owned by 83-year-old Wade Shepherd is the real US ghost town where director Gary Ross chose to shoot the film.

Wade Shepherd has been trying to sell the village for years but since The Hunger Games was released he has had plenty of interest in the location which is on the market for £880,000.

To read the full article go to The Sun.


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