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Monsters and Mysteries in America
Television (Documentary and Mystery) Actress Documents the sightings of monsters and brings in the witnesses as well.
Happily Never After
Television (Documentary, Biography and Crime) Actress For most people, their wedding day ignites dreams of a bright future and the hope of fading into the sunset with the one they love. But for some brides and grooms, the reality of 'til death do you part' hits come sooner than expected.
The American Werewolf Project
Film (Horror) Actress I n the 1980s and early 1990s, various witnesses near Elkhorn, Wisconsin, reported seeing a large, hairy creature walking upright. The creature was dubbed the "Beast of Bray Road" after the country road where it was spotted. Several witnesses later took polygraph tests that indicated it was unlikely their stories had been made up. To date, sightings continue of a mysterious creature across parts of Wisconsin. A group of young scientists entered the Wisconsin woods in 2011 to track down this legend. Armed with state of the art equipment these crypto-zoologist were trying to prove once and for all that The American Werewolf is just a legend. Some Legends are better left alone, after 3 days in the woods no one has heard or seen these six scientists again. Footage has been recovered and released to us so we could make this film using a mix of actual footage and actors. What you will see will shock and terrify you. The facts are real and the evidence is undeniable, however in the end the ... Written by Shawn Anthony
Television (Documentary and Crime) Actress Examines cases where perverse desires push real people to commit murder.
Something the Lord Made
TV Movie (Biography and Drama) Actress Alfred Blalock (1899-1964), a cardiologist (therefore, self-confident to the point of arrogance), leaves Vanderbilt for Johns Hopkins taking with him his lab technician, Vivien Thomas (1910-1985). Thomas, an African-American without a college degree, is a gifted mechanic and tool-maker with hands splendidly adept at surgery. In 1941, Blalock and Thomas take on the challenge of blue babies and invent bypass surgery. After trials on dogs, their first patient is baby Eileen, sure to die without the surgery. In defiance of custom and Jim Crow, Blalock brings Thomas into the surgery to advise him, but when Life Magazine and kudos come, Thomas is excluded. Will he receive his due? Written by <email@example.com>
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