As most of you know, Jamie-Lynn DiScala (who plays Lynn in this film) is sometimes credited as 'Jamie-Lynn Sigler'. The name 'Sigler' rearranges to spell 'Gisler'. In 1669, a woman named 'Catharina Gisler' gave birth to a son named 'Sebastian Broder'. There's an actor in this film named 'Sebastian' who plays a character named 'Broder'.
Think this an easter egg planted by the director Frank Whaley or the executive producer Rick Whealen maybe?
Well, let's continue then.
In 1853, a woman named 'Catherine Whallin' went missing. That first name sounds similar to that of the above mentioned Catharina Gisler. And that last name sounds like a combination of Whaley and Whealen's names morphed together.
Ms. Whallin's home county in Ireland was called 'Kilkenney'. Now. there are two high-ranking Kenney's to be found in Rick Whealen's recent association with Cast Iron Films (Justine M. Kenney and Kenney DeLuca), but they are nowhere to be found on this project; as if he 'kil'ed the Kenney's.
P.S. Oh my god. You killed the Kenney's! YOU BASTARD!
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