Leith, North Dakota, was once a ghost town. But recently, there's been a population boom: white supremacists have begun moving into the small town in an effort to take it over. Now, No Weather Productions is making a documentary about the town, its people, and its new tenants.
"Filmed in the days leading up to leader Craig Cobb's arrest for terrorizing the townspeople on an armed patrol," say the filmmakers. "Leith, N.D. is an eerie document of American DIY ideals played out in one of the most under populated states in the nation." The town's city council soon passed a number of measures to make sure Cobb's dream of a white separatist paradise never happens there. But just how close he came is eerie, indeed.