Aftermath is not the first time that the Copeland twins have worked together. In a film called The Unseen, Taylor Hickson was Julia Sarah Stone’s picture double.
The crane that lifted Taylor Hickson and her stunt double into the air was over 100 feet tall. (The crane and its cables were both removed with visual effects).
The bridge to Yakima at the end of the episode is actually a bridge to McMillan Island, a small island on the Fraser River with a population of less than 100 people.
Scott McNeil, who plays Little Mike, is an accomplished voice actor.
The trucks lining up to get into Yakima are actually production crew trucks. Similarly, the cars are personal vehicles belonging to members of the crew.
The woman in the missing persons flyer is actually the art department assistant, Ksenia.
While shooting one of the police station scenes, the heat from a high-power film light was so intense that it set off the fire alarm. The entire crew had to evacuate the building.
RVL 6768 is the license plate of the missing campers’ vehicle, pieces of which fall from the sky in front of the Copeland home. It is also an abbreviation of Bible verses Revelation 6:7-6:8.
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