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"When I took it, I didn't notice anything."
Who hangs out there? Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer Authenticity score: 8. It's not quite heaven, but it's where the movie
On May 2nd, a new bastion will be established in the fight for fright: cloaked in white, brooding in the mountains, and full of everything that's not today's craven horror monstrosities: The Stanley Film Festival, your new Colorado home for independent horror cinema.
Colorado history is typically so well-known for tales of the Gold and Silver Rush, cowboys and Native Americans, that its
"If a location is worth investigating, it is also worth researching and exploring in depth. Don't just hit and run a place. Sometimes I will look for information on a place or people associated with it for a number of years. It's like I get connected with it or them."
ESTES PARK, Colo. -- A $5,000 reward was offered Tuesday for the poacher who shot the star attraction of a recent "Elk Fest
Correction: This story states that the Stanley Hotel appeared in Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of The Shining. Kubrick's film