IT is now worldwide on the big screen! However, this is not the first adaptation of this terrifying novel, the original was a television mini-series re0leased in 1990, starring the great Tim Curry as, Pennywise the Clown. Stephen King has entertained many of us for over 40 years, with some of the most monstrous villains of all-time, but ask any King fan, and they’ll tell you that Pennywise (IT), is the ultimate boogeyman!
The Stephen King short story, The man who loved flowers, was first published in August 1977, in Gallery magazine, and then in 1978, published in King’s collection of stories in his book, Night shift. The man who loved flowers is about a man who walks the city streets without a care in the world, stopping by a vendor to buy flowers for his true love Norma.
Stephen King‘s short story, The road virus heads north, was first published in 1999 in 999 Anthology. In 2002, it was published in King’s short story collection: Everything is eventual.
Stephen King’s short story, One for the road, was originally published in the March/April of Maine Magazine in 1977. In 1978’s short story collection, Night shift. The story is a “sequel” to the King classic novel, Salem’s Lot.
This story based on Stephen King‘s short story is from the book, Night shift. It is about a man who walks the streets on a sunny day and buys flowers for the one he truly loves. However, every woman he comes across isn’t her and it’s not the flowers he delivers but a silver hammer and brutally kills each one he encounters.