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Shelves containing bottles and paint buckets line the walls in Joan Marshall's basement, the set of the next episode of The Trunk produced by Genesis Studios.
Shelves containing bottles and paint buckets line the walls in Joan Marshall's basement, the set of the next episode of The Trunk produced by Genesis Studios.
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Art director Will Bryan and coordinator Laurie Nicholson enter the basement to begin prep work for The Trunk to make sure everything is perfect for Project Greenlight.


The dirt lining the basement adds to the overall eerie feel, which was a perfect setting for the next episode of The Trunk.


Shelves containing bottles and paint buckets line the walls in Joan Marshall’s basement, the set of the next episode of The Trunk produced by Genesis Studios.


Grant Prater, production assistant with Genesis Studios, makes sure everything is ready to go with the camera for filming.


Joan Marshall’s Calhoun Street home where Genesis Studios filmed an episode of The Trunk for Project Greenlight.


Joan Marshall holds the restored photo of the unknown soldier that was discovered under the dirt in her basement.


The original photo and frame found under the dirt in Joan Marshall’s basement, which would lead to Genesis Studios picking her basement for a filming set.


 
 
 
 
 
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