District 12 Village Set Land Owner Is Selling It For US$1.4M
Here’s your chance to own the piece of land inclusive of the buildings that were used as District 12 in ‘The Hunger Games’ movie.
According to Leader-Post, Wade Shepard, the land owner is selling:
Wade Shepherd owns an abandoned village. Henry River Mill, N.C., has 72 acres, 20-some buildings, and a lot of moody atmosphere. Nobody cared – until it became the set for yokel-ville District 12 in the movie, The Hunger Games.
Now Shepherd, 83, wants to sell the whole place, for a mere $1.4 million, because he’s sick of Games enthusiasts coming around being annoying.
Duh. Four words, Wade: Hunger Games Theme Park. If he can’t make money off this place, he’s just not trying.
If you have the money, would you buy it?
‘The Hunger Games’, rated PG13, was released on 22 March 2012 and is now available in all cinemas islandwide.