How much did you love Hunger Games? Enough to buy the location where they shot the record-breaking film? Well, that's certainly a possibility now!
Henry River Mil Village, a 72 acre town in North Carolina and the place where Hunger Games was shot, is being put up for sale.
Imagine it. You could play Hunger Games in the real place!!!
All you would need is a vivid imagination and $1.4 million dollars — the asking price.
Wade Sheperd, the current owner, has decided to try and profit off Hunger Games and because he's sick of us fans coming round to his property.
"I'm getting too many visitors,Day and night, they're driving through, taking pictures, getting out and walking. I'm just bombarded with people."
If you're not a millionaire, no worries. For $79 a day or $389 over a weekend anyone can visit the location and learn real Hunger Games skillz.
Participants learn survival skills such as archery, camouflage, fire-building and how to use a slingshot on location at sites used for filming.
Gotta love America, eh?
[Image via WENN.]
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