Have $1.4 million? You can own a piece of Panem.
Until recently, Henry River Mill Village near Hildebran, N.C., was deserted and mostly forgotten. That changed when “The Hunger Games” cast and crew descended upon North Carolina last summer.
Now, the owner of the 72-acre property, Wade Shepherd, told the AP that the area is getting bombarded by fans driving by and taking photos “day and night.” While he’s not a “Hunger Games” fan and hasn’t read the books, he has seized upon the fever by putting the property up for sale at a price of $1.4 million.