Wonderland

  • (0:01) An Upset Dawn Schiller Getting Picked Up By Sally Hanson / She Is Sitting Right Below The Motel De Ville Sign At 1123 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles

  • (0:06) John Picking Up Dawn At Sally Hanson's Apartment / 1812 N. Wilton Place, Los Angeles

  • (0:10) The Motel Room #5 / Still Searching For This Location

  • (0:15) The Murder Scene / 8763 Wonderland Avenue, Los Angeles

  • (0:16) The Bar That David Lind Makes His Phone Call From / Still Searching For Location

  • (0:32) Eddie Nash's House / 1400 Laurel Way, Los Angeles

  • (0:54) Reporting From The Police Station / Hollywood Station; 1358 N. Wilcox Avenue, Los Angeles

  • (1:26) Sharon Holmes House / 2821 Glenrose Avenue, Altadena

1 comment:

  1. Hi Chas, thank you for your work on this site. I think it's fascinating. And I completely appreciate it. Not easy researching and working tirelessly on something that is a labour of love. I'm particularly interested in your knowledge with on-location film sets that deal with the "4 on the floor" "Wonderland Murders." I know that interior shots for the film "Wonderland" were a meticulous re-creation of 8763 Wonderland Ave.(and re-created to a near T by its director/producers). But I have heard conflicting reports about the actual exterior shots for the film. I know they only had limited time_access for the exterior shots with Val Kilmer and Kate Bosworth outside of the on-set location on Wonderland. Some say they actually used the house next door for exterior shots, citing the fact that the real 8763 has single garage. And citing that the movie uses the house, almost'identical, next door residence that has a double garage (the garage being the only visible difference or distinction between the two structures for a person whom has never been there). And also seeing that you are a corrections officer, I would love to correspond with you in regards to what you factually know about the exterior on#location filming of this production as well as your professional insight on certain aspects of the "4 on the floor" murders. Particularly pertaining to John Holmes' claims of his story/time he spent incarcerated in LA on this case amd, particularly, his so-calledad "claims" of being held in contempt of court for pleading the 5th. He made some outrageous claims about being held as a "celebrity". (Personally I Honestly think he id full of shit and low-life scumbag).
    I am just looking for your personal, professional opinion on that aspect. But would love to talk to you about your factual knowledge on the film locations. I eagerly await your reply if you so choose to share with me whatever you could. I would greatly appreciate it. And thanks again for your labor of love. It truly is appreciated. I will gladly send you my email or phone # if you have the time to communicate witheffectively
    GREAT SITE!!!!!!@@

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