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Silence of the Lambs - Maybe It's a Continental Fault?
When Clarice goes up to Gumb's house, supposedly in Calumet City, Illinois, there are mountains in the background. Illinois is not known for its mountains.
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Steve Crow on 02-08-2001
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genecastle writes:
Gumb wasn't living in Calumet City. Crawford and the FBI thought he was in Calumet City, and they stormed an empty house. He lived in West Virginia near his first victim, where there are mountains.
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genecastle writes:
Oops, Jame Gumb lived in Belvedere, Ohio. I said West Virginia on the last post. Either way, it's not Calumet City, and there are mountains in Ohio. So the mountains aren't a slip-up.
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Steve Crow writes:
Right. And look in the background when they're storming the house in Calumet City and you'll see mountains.
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ataricom writes:
rubytuesday - While it is true that there 'mountains' in southern Illinois, Calumet City is a suburb of Chicago, in northern Illinois.
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rubytuesday writes:
*ACTUALLY* there are "mountains" in southern Illinois - ever hear of Garden of the Gods? They are more like big hills though. While Illinois may not be known for hills, there are some there. :o)
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