Colorado's Stanley Hotel May Open A Horror Museum
Home Of Stephen King's The Shining
If you've ever seen Stephen King's movie "The Shining" and ever thought that you might want to stay there, this posts is for you. Colorado's Stanley Hotel is planning on opening a 30,000 square foot horror themed interactive museum and a 500 seat film center that will be the first of its kind. The hotel is already famous for the movie "The Shining" which a large amount of guests each year stay at just because of the movie. The hotel had a very creepy reputation before the movie and this was one of the main reasons why Stephen King used the it for the movie in the first place.
There are numerous stories of ghosts and creepy apparitions that haunt the Stanley, and a few of its rooms are requested just because of this. Some guests say that the hotel is already creepy enough without the stories but adding a museum of this kind to it will make it a one of a kind type of stay.
Whatever you choose to believe would you still visit the Stanley to check out the museum?
Check out the videos below and be sure to check out our original post about the STANLEY and its ghosts here>>>>> THE GHOSTS OF THE STANLEY HOTEL
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An inside look at the hotel by Manic Excursions
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