Raleigh, N.C. — "Burial Goods" is a psychological thriller that will be filmed in Raleigh in the coming months. The web series follows the story of a college girl after a "greedy act" prevents a friend's relative from reaching the afterlife.
The series' co-writers, Richard Browne and Ashley Jones, have started an Indiegogo site to raise money for the project.
In addition to covering filming costs, Browne and Jones will donate 10 percent of the funds raised to Chili's Bar and Grill in Wake Forest to support their fundraiser for the St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
Watch Browne and Jones talk about the project below:
There is no contribution limit, so if you would like to help out with the project and donate to St. Jude's, check out their Indiegogo site. Contribution incentives include a DVD and extra footage from the series, a shout-out on Facebook and Twitter, and a "Co-Executive Producer" designation in the credits and on IMDB.