By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comHAPPY CAMP, Calif. -- A part of Siskiyou County is the setting of a new film that lists Drew Barrymore as its executive producer.The movie claims hundreds of people have gone missing from the Happy Camp area over the past few decades.News 10 went to happy camp to get reaction about the film from residents.Missing persons don't happen here, 67-year-resident, Jini Hyde, said.Happy Camp residents said there was a boy who went missing about 40 years ago, but he was found.Other than that, they don't know of any other missing persons from their town. There have been rumors of Bigfoot. I have never seen him myself. He may be out there and he may not, Hyde said.A lot of people go looking for Bigfoot and can't find him, Judy Bushy with the Chamber of Commerce, said.The town holds an annual Bigfoot Jamboree and he is the only one they say they can think of who might be classified as missing.Some residents haven't seen the movie trailer yet, and don't plan to.Probably not. I don't watch things like that that are not true and have no base to them, 14-year-resident, Montine Blevins, said.The movie mixes fact and fiction. The residents said one of the biggest issues is the number of people actually reported missing.0! Kids walk up and down the street and don't have any fears of anything or being kidnapped, 50-year-resident, Rosemary Boren, said.Producers of the Happy Camp movie said 627 missing persons were reported in the last 27 years, but the Siskiyou County Sheriffs Office and local residents know that's just not the case.They would notice and it would be a red flag to our department too, Jayme Lynch with the sheriffs office said.It would be half our population, Bushy said.We just ran a check on missing persons in Happy Camp and came up with 15 people over the last 10 years, so I find it hard to believe there are over 500 people missing in happy camp over the last 27, Lynch said. Montine Blevins said she yelled at one of the residents who appeared in the film and she said he laughed, saying it gave him something to do and it was just a project.Siskiyou County Sheriffs Office said there were 263 reports of missing persons in the entire county over the last 10 years with the vast majority of those found within the day of being reported missing.