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Inside America's First Spear-Hunting Museum

Dec 22, 2015 | 682 videos
Video by Adam Roffman and Luke Poling

In this atmospheric documentary, Spearhunter, an offbeat cast of characters reflect on the life of Eugene C. Morris, a hunter known for his distinctive tactics and outsized personality. “The truth about Jean Morris is that he was a serial animal killer,” says Heather Jean Morris, Eugene’s ex-wife. The Spear Hunting Museum, a collection of Eugene’s taxidermies, is located in Summerdale, Alabama, and is open to the public.

The filmmakers behind Spearhunter are currently directing a feature documentary with David O. Russell about the book publishing industry. You can learn more about the film on its website, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Author: Daniel Lombroso

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