ON a fine night in Maryland, Eduardo Sanchez likes to sit on his back porch, staring into the gloom of the woods nearby.
"I'm still really attracted to woods and really scared of them," says Sanchez. That makes sense. As the co-director of The Blair Witch Project, in which a band of students go in search of the titular spectre, Sanchez did for woods what Jaws did for swimming in the sea. Woods also made him hugely successful at a young age, and therein lies another tale.
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