'The Shining' hotel to dig up pet cemetary

2013-10-30 15:04
Estes Park - Well, here’s a bad idea if we ever heard one – the Stanley hotel, which served as inspiration for Stephen King’s ‘The Shining’ has decided to dig up the adjacent pet cemetery to make way for a wedding and corporate retreat venue.

Huffington Post reports that the Colorado hotel, which first opened in 1909, said they will take the utmost care with moving the graves, however, believers in supernatural phenomena are not so sure that all will end well.

Rosemary McArthur, a local medium, said that stirring up the bones of the dead is a recipe for paranormal disaster. She added that some of the graves date back to the 1960s and a few of the marked ones carry names like Elsie, Holmes and Stanley Blue I, II and III.

So, consider yourself warned – if you ever plan on getting married in Estes Park, Colorado, The Stanley is NOT the place to do it.
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