The Dark Files is an investigative docu-drama chronicling former CIA operative Barry Eisler, award-winning journalist Steve Volk, and documentarian Christopher Garetano’s exploration into the mythologies, conspiracies and accusations that surround Camp Hero, an abandoned military base in Montauk, Long Island.
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