As Hunger Games fans visit North Carolina to tour Hunger Games filming locations, it looks like pieces of landmarks are also being taken.
According to a report from WSOC TV :
Since the movie opened this spring, hundreds of people have visited the old Henry River Mill Village to take pictures. The property owner said he’s had to replace boards on two of the buildings where filming was done.
Wade Shepherd doesn’t mind people visiting his property but said he does not want anyone stealing items from the buildings that could be used for a sequel.
“I think I take a positive attitude. The 99 percent are great people. It is that 1 percent that is always going to be there,” he said.