Echoes Of The Passed – Thank You

I can’t believe it’s been nearly a whole month since we launched the Indiegogo campaign for Echoes Of The Passed, and what a few weeks it has been!

Echoes Of The Passed

If you’ve followed along with the campaign at all, then you’ll know that the initial target was a lofty £2,500.  Through your amazing generosity, we managed to break through that within the first couple of weeks.  This then allowed us to allocate a stretch goal of an extra £1000 which, if we get there (and it certainly looks likely!), we’ll be able to make the final film even better.

What makes me even more proud is that you’ve chosen to support a project that has so many of your fellow members involved.  Scott Lyus is Directing, the screenplay is written by Tony Sands, the marketing has been handled by Zoe Rose Smith – to name just a few!

That just leaves me to say a heart-felt thank you for all of your support, from all of us involved on Echoes Of The Passed.  And, you can still help us reach that stretch goal!  Just a simple Like, Share or Retweet of any of our messages helps us spread the word, which has enabled us to get this far.  You can get up to date information on how the campaign is progressing by heading to the Indiegogo page.  Or, send it to a rich friend — whatever you think is best :).

As I and the rest of the team have said a million times already, we really cannot wait to be able to bring this amazing project to you.  I will of course keep everyone up to date with its production progress, including details on how and when you will be able to see it!

So, one final time, thank you all so much for your continued support.  Long live independent British Horror.

Chris Nials
Founder
The London Horror Society

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