Stephen King can find the scary in anything — even RV parks.
Of course, the sweetly named Bluebell Campground that plays a role in King’s new novel, “Doctor Sleep,” happens to be on the site where an isolated Colorado resort hotel burned to the ground back when “a Georgia peanut farmer was doing business in the White House.”
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