The crew welcomes the boats back to the docks after finishing the last scenes in Maine.
The pictures say it all. This is after three-and-a-half weeks of intense filming days for cast and crew (although the producers and I were all-in starting in June, so for us, it's been all summer!) This moment is after 12 hours of getting the last boat scenes in. Fridayyyyyyy!
We had an impromptu party in the parking lot and then it was off to The Myrtle to have some beers and sing some karaoke for the cast and crew for our Maine wrap party.
Now, what's next you ask? Stay tuned, we still have about six more days of filming that needs to commence in L.A. where there are more resources for interior scenes, such as the hospital scenes. The cast and producers are all taking a brief break before driving or flying back, but our story isn't over yet! Some of our favorite crew will be back on set to finish the scenes. We still have some cast surprises in store for you and I've asked everybody to send me photos so we can continue this blog until the filming is complete. For now, enjoy the photos. If there are any copies left, buy The Ghost Trap at local bookstores (it's on backorder on Amazon) or stay tuned to my upcoming in-person book signings, as we post more photos/videos on Facebook and TikTok and Instagram, so please follow!
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