The small community of Eidolon Crossing once boasted a flourishing economy and great prosperity, fueled by Dogwood Park, an amusement park at the edge of town. Then the child murders began. When the first child's corpse was discovered at Dogwood Park, the town knew they had been pulled into a horrible nightmare. As more murdered children were unearthed on the amusement park property, attendance began to decline. Finally, the macabre publicity shut the park down entirely. Dogwood Park was abandoned. The old amusement park became known as "Deadwood Park" by the locals. Eidolon Crossing quickly withered into poverty. Over the course of 35 years, 26 children disappeared at the hands of the elusive murderer. In 1979, Jake Richardson's little brother Francis was the last of the children to be abducted. Jake and his parents moved away from Eidolon Crossing shortly thereafter. Now an adult, Jake is drawn back to Eidolon Crossing, the town where his brother was taken from him. The spirits of ... Written by
"When I looked for good, then evil came unto me; And when I waited for light, there came darkness." Job 30:26
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Almost all of the props, wardrobe, and vehicles in the World War II sequences were authentic military items from the era, including some weapons and uniforms that had actually seen combat, plus a medical stretcher, copies of "Stars And Stripes," a knife / brass knuckles combo (used in both World Wars), and various jeeps, tanks, and ambulances. See more
In the 1955 flashback sequence the 2 park attendants are wearing laminated plastic ID badges. Laminated badges like these weren't developed until the late 1960's. See: United States Patents US3228129 and US3486257. See more
References Shrek 2