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Topic - Wade Shepherd
The North Carolina site where "The Hunger Games' was filmed is being sold.
Fans of "The Hunger Games" are already turning up in North Carolina, seeking out places where the movie was shot, from old-growth forests to an abandoned mill town.
Fans of "The Hunger Games" already are turning up in North Carolina, seeking out places where the movie was shot, from old-growth forests to an abandoned mill town.
Property owner Wade Shepherd said the show has 90 days to sell the property but he also retains the right to sell it.
Shepherd also says he wants whoever buys the property to preserve it.