Last month, I guided Ingrid and Lars from Cosy Travels around Sint-Katelijne-Waver, the Belgian town where the film adaptation of my supernatural thriller THE STRANGERS OUTSIDE was shot. The result is a series of articles on the Cosy Travels website and an amazing collection of creepy photographs of the World War I fortification that appears in the film.
"I have to admit that it was one of the most bizarre places I had ever seen," Ingrid says. "As soon as we arrived, we could sense an eerie atmosphere, so we were a little hesitant to enter the fortification. We knew that it had been built to stop the Germans from conquering Antwerp and that lots of people were killed here during World War I, but what we found went far beyond our imagination. All the rooms had one thing in common: they all contained one. Single. Chair. Some of which were surrounded by candles. Yes, candles. Seriously, what happened in this place?"
Two sisters return to their remote holiday cottage after a day at the seaside, but little do they know they're being surrounded. Soon after their arrival, the girls will come face to face with THE STRANGERS OUTSIDE. When the assailants make their intentions known, things take a shocking turn and an intense battle for survival will begin.
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