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Fans wake up too late to save 'Nightmare on Elm Street' home in Potsdam

There are 1 comment on the The Post-Standard story from Nov 28, 2010, titled Fans wake up too late to save 'Nightmare on Elm Street' home in Potsdam. In it, The Post-Standard reports that:

This past week, the town of Potsdam demolished the old Dewey Mansion, an 1890s-era house that some claim may have inspired the movie franchise "A Nightmare on Elm Street." There - at 18 Elm St.

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Since: Dec 09

Syracuse, NY

#1 Nov 28, 2010
Craven won't admit anything because some ambulance chasing lawyer would go after him for royalties. Craven is not worthy of a plaque either. The story is fiction. Craven denies Madstop is Potsdam. There is an Elm St. in almost every city and town in America.

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