During their honeymoon, Julia and Jack stopped in a diner along the road. Since then, they have never been seen again. Burkland, it is a small village today abandoned. To understand what happened, we must look at the images of a smartphone found on the spot, that of Julia. Lou, a determined young journalist is in possession of these images and is determined to investigate the mystery of Burkland!
Runtime: 7 minutes
Burkland - Texas Chainsaw House - Netflix
The Texas Chainsaw House is located in Kingsland, Texas, on the grounds of The Antlers Hotel. This 1900s Victorian house was featured prominently in the 1974 film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre as the home of Leatherface and his cannibalistic family, before it was moved to this location from Williamson County in 1998. The then-dilapidated farm house originally sat on Quick Hill Road during the July-August 1973 filming of the movie, then sat vacant and deteriorating. The original site is where La Frontera is now located, in Round Rock. Location of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre farmhouse at Quick Hill – 30.480277°N 97.692522°W / 30.480277; -97.692522 (Site of 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre' farmhouse at Quick Hill) In 1998, the house was cut into six pieces in order to be moved, then reassembled and restored to its original condition by master carpenter Anthony Mayfield on behalf of an investor couple in Austin, Texas. The house was a “pattern book” house, ordered from a catalog and assembled on site from a package of materials brought by wagon from a local lumber company. Research indicates it was likely built between 1908 and 1910.
Burkland - Film sets - Netflix
Replicas of the original house were built as sets for Texas Chainsaw 3D and the 2017 prequel Leatherface.
Burkland - References - Netflix