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March 31, 2014 4:40 PM

Film takes out-of-this-world approach to Brown Mountain Lights

Western North Carolina’s Brown Mountain Lights, a phenomenon believed to date to antiquity, get a starring role in a movie debuting Tuesday in Morganton. “Alien Abduction” is directed by Matty Beckerman, who shot the film in 2011 in Avery, Watauga and Burke counties and Bryson City. It opens Tuesday in Morganton, Friday in Charlotte.

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