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Answered 2012-02-06 22:17:39

Silent Hill is a fictional town.

The movie is based upon the popular video game franchise of the same name. It was filmed in a town called Centralia, which was destroyed by coal fires a long time ago.

The Silent Hill games weren't based on Centralia.

There was no coal fire in the games, either. Also, the non-monster version of Silent Hill in the movie was abandoned, while the non-monster version of Silent Hill in the games was a normal populated town.

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I live in the city where Silent Hill the movie was filmed. The building does in fact exist downtown, but no. The movie was fake.

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Yes, Silent Hill is a real place located in Pennsylvania called Centralia.

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There is no actual Silent Hill but the film drew a lot of inspiration from Centralia, PA.

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In the game, obviously. In real life, it doesn't exist. However, there is a town in Pennsylvania, there is a town that is extremely close to Silent Hill. Centralia, Pennsylvania. Look it up.

No, unless he's some-sort of revenge ghost out to hurt people that have made him mad in the real world.

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In theory yes it is. The true origin of Silent Hill is based on the now small Centralia, PA. This once thriving coal mining town was home to a thousand or more people. Unfortunately someone lit a fire in a basement (as the story goes) and it caught into the mine shaft. These days there are little to no people living in what is now a borough, and needless to say the fires are still burning underground. All this is what I found out by researching "The Real Silent Hill"

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