Roger DeMarco's Commentary:

Posted December 2, 2006 (user submitted)

The Monroeville Mall is currently occupied, doing very well, so technically does not count as a dead mall now. However, it's probably the most famous dead mall in american history and deserves and honorable mention, as weirdos like me are likely to come looking for it. People make pilgrimages to this location and scout out the scenes from the movie.


Mall Of The Dead - A great site delving into the depths of the movie Dawn Of The Dead and the role the mall played as a backdrop.

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