The Wacky Deli

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Me reading a copy of “The Shining” in front of Estes Park, Colorado’s Stanley Hotel - the place that inspired Stephen King to write the book after he stayed there back in 1974.
As you can see, the front of the hotel doesn’t have a creepy topiary maze like in the novel and movie, but it does have a creepy Jack Nicholson impersonator who walks around the premises crackin’ wise and weirding out the guests.

Me reading a copy of “The Shining” in front of Estes Park, Colorado’s Stanley Hotel - the place that inspired Stephen King to write the book after he stayed there back in 1974.

As you can see, the front of the hotel doesn’t have a creepy topiary maze like in the novel and movie, but it does have a creepy Jack Nicholson impersonator who walks around the premises crackin’ wise and weirding out the guests.

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  1. batmanvoice reblogged this from takenoverbyrocknroll and added:
    AH! I went here this summer. They had awesome keychains in the gift shop that look like the room key, but fuck if I was...
  2. takenoverbyrocknroll reblogged this from casuallystephenking and added:
    Oh my god I want to go for the impersonator!
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