Latest

Controversial ‘Gray State’ Movie Writer/Director Found Dead

Filmmaker was working on project envisioning future federal martial law crackdown scenario

Anti-Establishment writer and director of the controversial ‘Police State’ – ‘Martial Law’ movie called ‘Gray State has been found dead in an apparent suicide/murder along with his wife and 5-year old daughter. Screenwriter David Crowley and his 28-year old wife, had not been heard from since Christmas.

Police have yet to release a statement, while several law enforcement agencies are investigating the causes of death. They are reportedly treating the death as “suspicious,” according to the Mail Online.

InfoWars report: Adding to the suspicious circumstances surrounding the deaths is the controversial nature of Crowley’s latest project, entitled Gray State, a highly-anticipated independent film envisioning a brutal police state, martial law crackdown, complete with biometric identification, a ubiquitous surveillance state and FEMA stormtroopers rounding dissidents up into camps.

One of the actors appearing in a trailer for Gray State, Charles Hubbell, told Pioneer Press Crowley seemed level-headed and destined to succeed.

“He seemed more grounded and focused than would lend itself to anything chaotic,” Hubbell described. “The entire time I worked with him there was nothing aggressive or chaotic or strange or abnormal. He was one of the ones I was hanging my hat on, one who was going to succeed.”

The film’s Indiegogo campaign met its finance goal in October 2012, raising $61,332 that would go towards “pre-production needs.”

Crowley had also been working on a non-fiction film entitled Gray State: The Rise, “a documentary extolling the beauty of liberty over oppression, slavery, and tyranny,” according to the film’s Facebook page.