In 2009, the documentary CROPSEY aimed to help us understand the nature of urban legend by singling out a Northeastern horror story and tracing its association with a very disturbing true crime out of Staten Island, NY. In its exploration of everything from satanic panic to the closed Willowbrook State School, co-director Joshua Zeman introduced the idea of “Legend Tripping”: seeking out and engaging your own local scary story. Now Zeman and filmmaker Rachel Mills are doing just that, as a new doc finds the pair traversing the U.S. in search of any dark reality behind what we tell each other in the dark. In anticipation of its Chiller TV debut this March, FANGORIA has your first look at KILLER LEGENDS.
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