The eerie coastal swamps of eastern North Carolina hold their secrets, and ambitious magazine reporter John Miller is determined to uncover them. Not satisfied with his assignment profiling a retired sheriff, Miller takes his story in a different direction, into long-forgotten tales of moonshiners and ghost towns and unexplained deaths.
Ignoring the admonitions of locals, Miller heads out alone to explore the remnants of Buffalo City, once the busiest town in the area but now merely a pile of dilapidated ruins amidst the encroaching swampland. Are the tales of strange apparitions and deadly encounters merely musings from tale-telling old timers, or will Miller uncover something darker, something that may cost him his life?
Lost In Buffalo City is a classic ghost tale, told in a 30-minute featurette that’s appropriate for all audiences (no gore or foul language). Filled with tension and suspense and rooted in local history, the production was filmed entirely on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with a cast and crew of talented locals filming in historic Manteo, on the shores of Killl Devil Hills, and deep in the swamps of inland Dare County.