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For anyone who saw the movie ''Hoboken Hollow'', do you have any links about the events which inspired this movie?

Asked by Symbeline (30528 points ) November 6th, 2010

So I saw this movie called Hoboken Hollow and it’s supposed to be based on real events.
No doubt the movie is nothing like whatever inspired it, but I’m interested to know what the true source is, as I always am with every horror flick that says it’s based on true events.
Problem is, this movie doesn’t even have a Wiki entry…all my searching yields nothing, and no matter how detailed I make my searches, I just get reviews and advertisement and all.
Can anyone help me find something about the real story behind this flick?

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BarnacleBill's avatar

It could be based on Mountain Home, TX

Symbeline's avatar

It mentions a cattle prod and some guy named Jr, which were prominent elements in the movie. Thank you. :) I’m pretty sure that’s it.

gatormcluski's avatar

The closest case I can think of is that of Ray and Fay Copeland….husband and wife farmers who murdered a number of drifters who worked for them. Although nothing in their story even remotely matches the above movie other than the fact they were farmers and the victims were drifters.

lilyro's avatar

This is based on the Mountain Home Texas Ranch and the Walter Ellebracht family . There was Walter “Wes” Sr. , Wes Jr.,Joyce Ellebracht and a ranch hand who helped . The living family is still around. Barely did any prison time. Sr. and Joyce did none.

leathaslovelynails's avatar

this movie was based off my uncle Anthony at the begining of the movie you hear a recording an acuall STOLEN recording of him bieng tortured by the cattle prod and acually this movie is ALOT like what inspired the making

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