Thanks to George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, Evans City Cemetery chapel will stand forever on film. In reality, its future is uncertain. Used for decades as a storage shed, the building has fallen into a state of disrepair and cemetery officials estimate it costing $50,000 to restore the structure to its former glory.
Night of the Living Dead fans are banding together on Facebook and at fundraisers to help breathe new life into the cinematic landmark. Gary Streiner, leader of the grassroots effort, believes restoring the chapel will generate income for the 120-year-old burial ground through the sale of engraved brick pavers, tours and vow renewal ceremonies to be held onsite.
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