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Movie Premiere of Wrong Turn 4 by Steve Payne

Author says: what if Air Force One Crashed in West Virginia? Please note that the opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect the views of the author(s).

On November 10th, 2010: on this day the movie "Wrong Turn 4: No Escape" premiered in cinemas across North America.

Directed by Rob Schmidt, and written by Alan B. McElroy, the plot reprises the now familiar life-or-death struggle of an inbred, idiot-like family of rednecks living beyond the fringes of human civilization.

These human animals are monstrous and frightening and remain that way through the length of the movie.

In the first reel, George W takes to the cockpit and when Air Force One crashes the entire Bush Family are stranded in the vast forests of West Virginia. And Three Finger, One Eye and Saw Tooth finally face their nemesis.

Author says to view guest historian's comments on this post please visit the Today in Alternate History web site.

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Steve Payne Guest Historian of Today in Alternate History, a Daily Updating Blog of Important Events In History That Never Occurred Today. Follow us on Facebook, Myspace and Twitter.

Imagine what would be, if history had occurred a bit differently. Who says it didn't, somewhere? These fictional news items explore that possibility. Possibilities such as America becoming a Marxist superpower, aliens influencing human history in the 18th century and Teddy Roosevelt winning his 3rd term as president abound in this interesting fictional blog.


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