Fort Macomb is an abandoned brick fort built in 1822 in the bayou of Louisiana across from Venetian Isles. The army of the Confederate States of America occupied the fort during the American Civil War however it was attacked by the Union soldiers and they lost the fort. Still covered in bullet holes from that final fight in the mid 1800s, it has since been abandoned. The climax of the first season finale of the 2014 HBO television series True Detective, staring Woody Harrelson and Mathew McConaughey, was filmed on location at the fort.
The fisherman, his sons and his girlfriend all recently moved back to the city after being displaced for 10 years due to the flood. They chose to use the word move.
Location: Venetian Isles
United StatesPerformed in: 2015