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'Haunting Hour' comes to close at Aldergrove

'Haunting Hour' crew members Garry Green carries props for the sale at the former Aldergrove Elementary School site on Sunday.
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"Haunting Hour" crew members Garry Green carries props for the closing down sale at the former Aldergrove Elementary School site on Sunday.

After three seasons of filming the TV series in Aldergrove, the work has come to an end as the old school will no longer be available.

Most of the school buildings, except for the original 1912 two-storey school that is designated a heritage site, will be torn down to make way for a new community centre.

The production company held a props sale on Sunday before closing down at the location.

In related news, the CBC TV series "Arctic Air" continues to rent the former County Line Elementary School site for filming.

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