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    Go behind the scenes of the movie "Above Suspicion," or "Blood Mountain," which has been filming in Fayette and Bourbon counties. The film stars Jack Huston and Emilia Clarke.

Go behind the scenes of the movie "Above Suspicion," or "Blood Mountain," which has been filming in Fayette and Bourbon counties. The film stars Jack Huston and Emilia Clarke. Cheryl Truman ctruman@herald-leader.com
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Former Kentucky FBI agent relives notorious case as movie consultant

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