Thank You To Michael From The Filminglocs Website For Finding The House That Was Suppose To Be In Milwaukee

Thank You To Owen From The When Write Is Wrong Website For Tracking Down The House And Garage From The End Of The Movie

  • (0:04)  Emma Brody's Apartment / Flat Iron Artists Building; 1579 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:07)  Detective John Hallstrom Leaving The Woman's House / 442 N. Aberdeen Street, Chicago (Note: The Street With The Murals And The Railroad Tracks Above It Is Hubbard Street)

  • (0:13)  The Hospital; Illinois Masonic Medical Center; 836 W. Wellington Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:15)  Candice's House / 4023 N. Paulina Street, Chicago

  • (0:36)  Emma And Candice Talking After Emma Hangs Up A Poster / 4170 N. Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago (Note: This Is The Ravenswood That Is West Of The Train Tracks)

  • (0:39)  Emma's Band Performing When She Thinks She Sees The Killer In The Crowd / The Metro; 3730 N. Clark Street, Chicago

  • (0:44)  Emma And Detective Hallstrom Having Coffee / No Exit Cafe; 6970 N. Glenwood Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:48)  The Parking Garage Where Emma Sees The Necklace And Where Her Dog Accidentally Gets Hit By The Car / Illinois Masonic Medical Center; 836 W. Wellington Avenue, Chicago (Note: The Parking Garage Is Just West Of The Hospital)

  • (0:56)  The Parade / N. Dearborn Street Going Past W. Wacker Drive, Chicago (Note: They Were Going South On Dearborn)

  • (1:03)  Emma And Detective Hallstrom Watching A Cubs Game From A Roof Top / 3637 N. Sheffield Avenue, Chicago (Note: This Is A Guess On The Exact Building)

  • (1:13)  The Milwaukee House Of The Next Murder / 218 Scottswood Road, Riverside

  • (1:19)  Emma On An El Station Platform / Chicago Brown Line Station; 300 W. Chicago Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:19)  The Police Station; 725-729 S. Wells Street, Chicago (Note: This Is Not A Real Police Station)

  • (1:32)  The Davison Residence / 1630 S. Sawyer Avenue, Chicago (Note: The Garage Is Still Across The Street From The House)


  1. Just went to Chicago a few weeks ago for a visit and saw a couple of these places. Very cool to know.

  2. I was the location manager on this film. Brought back memories. It was a rough show, but accomplished quite a bit.

  3. It was filmed at the hospital my son was born at.