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Crew wraps in Beckley after 10-day filming stint


A film crew has just wrapped a 10-day filming stint in Beckley.

Over the last week and a half, crews spent some time at the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine, local businesses and even the Nuttalburg ruins in Fayette County. Before that, they filmed at the Spruce Knob Mountain Center in Circleville, West Virginia.

This is all part of a monster horror project called “Paradise.” According to the film’s website, it follows a young mother as she journeys into the unknown when her husband vanishes down an old coal mine. But if what she finds isn’t her husband, but the real horror under the mountain. And what if it’s about to get out?

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