Back in November of 2009 we reported that Stephen King was hard at work on a literary sequel to “The Shining” entitled “Dr. Sleep.” Another horror sites claimed to debunk the story, only they were incredibly wrong.
King posted an updated on official website that confirms that “Dr. Sleep” is in the works and that the plot includes a traveling group of vampires called The Tribe. If the first film is about psychics, I’m not exact sure how vampires work into the equation. Click here to see what King planned for the book back in 2009.
This weekend Steve read an excerpt from this at his appearance at George Mason University. Dig it below!
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