Working wool mill used as the exterior for the mill in the 1990 horror film "Graveyard Shift."
In the 1990 film adaptation of the Stephen King story “Graveyard Shift”, a group of textile mill workers spend a few nights of overtime cleaning out the grungy basement of a textile mill. They soon discover that the basement hides hoards of rats and a giant bat - then they die.
Bartlettyarns Mill in the town of Harmony was used for the creepy exteriors of the movie’s main location. It’s a 200-year-old mill on Higgins Stream that still looks creepy even though it’s a working mill that continues to produce wool and wool products. Adapted with Permission from: The New England Grimpendium by J.W. Ocker
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