"The line was insane," said an enthusiastic 17-year-old Amanda Taylor. "There was a slew of teenage girls and like two boys ... There were girls shouting out, 'I love you Chad, I'm leaving!' and he actually said 'bye' to them."
Taylor was one of the many people who came to see Murray promote his new book, Everlast. The One Tree Hill star has told the media in the past that his "graphic novel" took more than six years to write.
Originally a fashion model, Murray shot to TV stardom after appearing in the hit series, One Tree Hill. The show is now in its ninth season.
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Jennifer Hudson will also be promoting her new book at Barnes & Noble on Jan. 17. Check Skokie Patch the following day for pictures (we're sending our photographer) and the full story.
CORRECTION: It was originally reported that Jennifer Hudson would be in Skokie on Jan. 16. This was incorrect. Hudson will be at Barnes & Noble on Jan. 17.