On Location, Film Set "Crazy Eights" Toy Room, Crownsville, MD 2005
In the story, this was the children's play area where they would learn "socialization" skills. It was filled with creepy stuffed animals turned inside out and stuffed back together and a mural meant to seem like you are actually outside on a baseball diamond. This was accomplished by mostly spray paint. I feel we pulled off the illusion, even installing a chain link fence jutting out of the wall to match the painted one disappearing into the distance and hauling in wheelbarrow loads of dirt for the pitchers mound. This was a crucial room because it showcased Frank Whaley's characters death scene.