CENTRALIA, Pennsylvania's Lost Town (2017)

A small town is overcome by a massive underground coal fire in 1962. As a result hundreds of residents had to be relocated.

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Status: Post-production | See complete list of  »
Comments: Additional Interviews were filmed and added.
Updated: 29 September 2016
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Tom Dempsey ...
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Joe Coddington ...
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Patrick Rooney
David DeKok ...
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Harold Mervine
Bob Gadinski ...
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Jack Carling ...
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Tom Hynoski
Colleen Coddington ...
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Lyndsay Kensinger
Bill Klink
Robert E. Hughes ...
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Anne Marie Devine
Charlie Joyce ...
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A small town is overcome by a massive underground coal fire in 1962. After many failed attempts by the government to put out the fire, it grew larger and moved beneath most of the town. As a result hundreds of residents had to be relocated. By 1993, under governor Casey, eminent domain was declared forcing the remaining residents out of their homes. Only a group of residents fought the state and stayed. By 2013, a handful of remaining residents won their case against the state which granted them life estates in Centralia. Written by Joe Sapienza II

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5 May 2017 (USA)  »

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Centralia, America's Lost Town  »

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$18,800 (estimated)
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In January, by the time the crew got to the location, it was late in the afternoon due to some setbacks. Some shooting began but the equipment van got stuck in the snow off of a vacant section of highway 61. Luckily two locals with a pick-up truck and a tow line pulled the van out about a mile up the road and back onto the used section of 61. See more »

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