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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
Good book. A collaboration with Peter Straub writer of Ghost Story another thriller.
It related very closely to Roland and the dark tower.
originally posted by: frostjon361
At least a few of Stephen King's works revolve around a period of time when paranormal things become active (every 27 years) - The TV show Haven & the movie IT both come to mind right away.
Is there any real-world evidence that something like this does happen? (I'm not talking about cicadas or locusts). How would a person even look at history to see if this could be true?
Does a subject like this coincide with the idea of end time prophecy (for Christians) which really took off in the late 1800s?
Have any members previously tackled this subject?
originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: frostjon361
It is possible some of Stephen King's works are based on reality. This isn't the first time fiction turned into reality.
The Illuminati Card Game creators predicted 9/11:
And don't forget the Lone Gunmen:
originally posted by: growler
stephen king is on twitter you could just ask him.
he calls trump out on dumb stuff so many snowflakes here would be offended.
originally posted by: humanoidlord
if you want to hear about writers that possibly somehown knew "information" you should probally start with howard phillips lovecraft
originally posted by: frenchfries
Well Steven King was/is more than just a writer , maybe he is drawing creativity from other 'realities'.
27 years I associate the saturnalia and the 27 'club'.
As it is with the 'occult' Scientific hard 'evidence' well no science classifies anything paranormal/occult as non-existent not worthy for investigation.