In this week's Tiny Rabbit Holes, I make the case for five movies that will leave you thoroughly confused about this state. Also, big jet go boom, a beached yacht, and RAZOR BLADES IN YOUR WALLS.
Once again hard hitting commentary about beached boats and NC-centric movies. I love it. Seriously, they should call you the most knowledgeable NC ephemeralist in the state. (Probably not a word but it should be.) Loved the attitude of the beached boat owner and excited to learn about redwood trees here in town. Great work as usual!
If Chapel Hill qualifies as "in the Raleigh area," here's a redwood for you.... https://www.wunc.org/environment/2014-06-10/a-mystery-tree-grows-in-chapel-hill#stream/0
How Cape Fear got to be "Cape Fear": John D. MacDonald’s “The Executioners” was set in a lakeside town in upstate New York, but Gregory Peck, who owned rights to the novel and would star in the movie, chose the name off a map of the Eastern seaboard because he liked the sound of it