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Film based on Noble crematory scandal coming to Chattanooga


CHATTANOOGA, TN (Times Free Press) -- On Oct. 12, Carmike Majestic 12 will screen an independent film based on the Tri-State Crematory scandal.

"Sahkanaga" will be shown exclusively at the Majestic at least through Oct. 18, according to Todd Coffman, Carmike Cinemas Chattanooga city manager.

"They wanted to have a release locally so the people who were in the movie and had connections to the events that happened can come see it," Coffman said. "If the public likes it and it continues to do very well, we may extend [the screening] a little bit longer."

The film is a dramatic story based on the events at the Tri-State Crematory in Noble, Ga., where more than 300 uncremated bodies were discovered strewn about the Northwest Georgia property in 2002.

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