About 30 People came out to the Virginia Thomas Law Center for the Performing Arts at West Virginia Wesleyan on Wednesday evening to see "TruthLand."
TruthLand is a documentary by a Pennsylvania woman who is a mother, grandmother, teacher, and cattle farmer.
She set out to learn how fracking could affect her family and whether the information in another documentary, called "GasLand," is true or not.
"Well I think what was good about TruthLand is that she actually interviewed people that know what they're talking about. She got good facts and displayed them as they were presented to her. As I understand it that's not the way GasLand was portrayed," said David Haney of Charleston, W.Va.
If you missed Wednesday's showing of "TruthLand," you can view it tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the main gymnasium at West Virginia Wesleyan.