Every small village has their own myths and legends, and mine is no different, however the two of us are in the long shadow of Chicago, which means no a single ever absolutely thinks about us; Orland Park is a village about 25 miles away from the Second City, and it is a peaceful, quiet place to liveâ€¦ Like I said, just because we are quiet doesn’t mean we are without ghost stories and pieces of local lore, then as a kid, my number one was about a residing scarecrow called Mr; Nix, who lived in the cornfields and looked for naughty children to drag away into the darkness. I’m bringing this up because now that I have graduated from film university and moved back to Orland Park, IL, I suppose my first movie should be about the scarecrow legend, however first of all, it’s a single of the only legends that Orland Park can call its own, and hour, my dad claims to have seen it when he was a kid, but he is almost sixty now, and the owner of a successful Heating, Ventilation & A/C repair shop downtown, and has constantly been certainly vocal about his belief in the legend. In the local Orland Park history museum there is even a little display about the legend, and a newspaper clipping about my dad is area of it! He had his picture and his quote printed in the Orland Park Examiner, so he is officially area of the local lore! If I can get him to take a few mornings off from the Heating, Ventilation & A/C shop I’d love to film an interview with him, and use it as the basis for my Orland Park documentary.