Hollywood, CA – John Sullivan, President of Make Shift Productions, announced today that his television production company has made arrangements to record a new an episode of the upcoming paranormal investigative series, Incredible Mysteries at Hoberg’s Club Resort in Cobb CA. Sullivan is in the preproduction stages to cover a wide variety of unexplained phenomenon in the series of episodes and he believes that the unique history of this once exquisite 55-acre mountain top property in Lake County California will be ideal location. Details of the episode will be announced at a later date. Writer Director, Brian Godawa, has been tapped by Make Shift Production to write and direct Incredible Mysteries.
Make Shift Productions is a film and television production company located in Los Angeles, CA. The company is expanding into television based programming including Incredible Mysteries and another paranormal research show that just wrapped a pilot in Saginaw, Michigan. These moves come after Sullivan’s recent success as the co-director and co-writer of 2016: Obama’s America which was a runaway hit. A documentary, 2016: Obama’s America grossed over $33M in its theatrical release across North America. A sequel, America is currently in production and scheduled for release in 2014 with Sullivan again directing.
About Incredible Mysteries: Sullivan commented: “Hoberg’s Club Resort is the perfect location for an episode based on information about the resort that our producers have received from the general public about a haunted cabin and other paranormal activity. This coupled with its history of being a yoga retreat for over thirty years should provide our team with great material to investigate the possible reasons for the hauntings.”
About Hoberg’s Club Resort: Hoberg’s Resort was founded in 1885 as a lodge with a few cottages, and grew to be one of the largest privately owned resorts in California. At its peak in the 1950s, Hoberg’s hosted more than 1,000 guests a night. From the mid-1970s until a few years ago, Hoberg’s Resort had been transformed for over thirty years into a training center for followers of the Maharishi who had risen to fame from being the guru for the Beatles. Recently, Hoberg’s Resort was acquired from previous management. The new owners have begun the redevelopment to rescue the resort from a state of disrepair and plan Hoberg’s Club Resort’s rebirth as a world class, modern resort.
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