Frights, cameras, action! at the Crane House

A Friday afternoon in late January saw our historic Stephen Crane House headquarters invaded by spooky spirits of the movie-magic variety, when a crew led by producer-director Craig Singer (at center in photo) commandeered 508 Fourth Avenue as one of several Shore area locations for the forthcoming supernatural thriller entitled “6:45.” The independent filmmaker, whose earlier releases include Dark Ride and Dead Dogs Lie (both set and/or filmed in Asbury Park), “fell in love” with the circa-1878 cottage that’s previously hosted visits by the Ghost Hunters and Kindred Spirits TV shows, and made a generous donation to the Society upon wrapping production of the feature (co-produced by former boxing champ Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini), scheduled to see release in the fall of 2020.

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