I personally don’t believe it’s real. However i have met some people who do believe it is. Do u guys think it is and if yes do you have any particular reason as to why?
add: i don’t mean the film i mean the mith that supposedly lies behind the film.
Ha Kambie a sucker is born every minuet ha ha lol. Yer i think it’s a load of crap to. However my sister…..
Beth hun i have never believed the hype lol.
Answer by loudpurplehair
no. and i thought it was probably the worst film I ever saw
my thoughts: it’s as crap as the so called myth behind it but people believed it due to the media marketing schemes. and dont even get me started on the sequel!
still believe the hype, read this: ( and yes MSB, it is a real town!)
“Burkittsville gained notoriety with the 1999 release of the film The Blair Witch Project, and its follow-ups: a film sequel (Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2), a series of video games, a Showtime special (The Burkittsville 7), and many Internet fan sites. “The poor town of Burkittsville suddenly found itself overrun with Blair Witch groupies, wandering around in the woods, trying to find the ‘real’ places where the story had happened.”Contrary to popular belief, however, the majority of the film was not filmed in Burkittsville but in Maryland’s Seneca Creek State Park, and the events depicted in the film and the legend of the Blair Witch itself were entirely fabricated by the producers themselves. Furthermore, other potentially identifiable landmarks from the Blair Witch story – Coffin Rock, the Black Hills, Black Rock Road, and the local convenience store – are not found in the real Burkittsville or the immediately surrounding area. A Black Rock Road and Black Hills can, however, be found in Montgomery County, Maryland, which is very possibly not a coincidence as Blair Witch filmmaker Eduardo Sanchez grew up there and is an alumnus of Montgomery College.”
I fell asleep in the cinema. (I was pretty drunk though, to be honest.)
no its a film
It’s not real but it was fun to believe it was!
I don’t think it is. I thought the movie was sort of dumb. After I saw the movie I researched it and the story had a lot of holes in it. It just didn’t make sense or add up. It was just made up for a fake documentary.
It wasn’t real. They started off saying it was, then it all came out that it wasn’t! It was rubbish!
It is not real. People are gullible.
The town doesn’t exist. The history and the entire legend was completely fabricated.
The creators have spoken openly about making it all up.
The actors have been interviewed on it. They have been in other films.
People believe it because they are gullible. Some people will believe any story if you can make it sound convincing enough, they’ll even dispute evidence that contradicts it.
The Blair Witch Project is not real. The actress who played Heather appeared in the miniseries “Taken” and a Steak n’ Shake commercial. So the Blair Witch obviously didn’t get her. Excellent idea for a film, though. It’s still one of my favorite scary movies.
It’s not real…The people who made the movie admitted to that years ago.
Bunch of stupid kids pis.ing about with a video camera.
Dreadful film. It did so well because of the hype and publicity it managed to generate.
As for believing the ‘myth’ behind it, PT Barnum summed it up best:
“There’s a sucker born every minute!”
I don’t really think its real, but I’m not sure, anythings possible!
But that would be scary if somewhere in the world, there would be a dark, haunted forest with voodoo dolls everywhere and a crazy witch and when people enter the forest…..they never come out! That would be freaky!