Das verfluchte Stanley-Hotel, das die Inspiration für Kings Shining abgegeben hatte, will einen Tier-Friedhof in der Nähe umsetzen, was ja in Cuesta Verde auch schonmal ganz hervorragend geklappt hat. Shining meets Pet Sematary meets Poltergeist in Real Life. „The barrier was not meant to be crossed. The ground is sour.“
Plans to dig up a pet cemetery at the Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King's horror novel "The Shining," have neighbors feeling aggrieved. The graves are to be moved to the other side of a small pond, making way for wedding and corporate retreat pavilion. […]
"Elsie," "Holmes" and "Stanley Blue" I, II and III are among roughly dozen marked graves dating back to the 1960s, with stones and a tiny white fence marking the cemetery.
Among King's work is "Pet Sematary," a novel about animals and people who demonically come back to life after internment at an ancient Native American burial site.