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According to ShockTillYouDrop.comPennsylvania native Gary Streiner has one year to raise $50 thousand to save a cemetery chapel that was featured in George A. Romero's original 'Night of the Living Dead'.

According to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, the chapel - built in the '20s - was scheduled for demolition by the Evans City Cemetery Association. You may recall seeing the structure at the beginning of the classic zombie flick.

Streiner and other supporters have created a website for their effort to raise the funds needed to keep the chapel in place. Visit FixtheChapel.com for more details.

 





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