Everyone knows who Stephen King is. Synonymous with horror since “Carrie” hit the book rack in the 1970s, Stephen King has churned out the chills. October is a month for all things scary and creepy and this is a good time to talk about the best selling horror writer of the past 40 years or so. I’ve researched these facts on the internet, so they are all certified true, and let me tell you Mr. King lived an exciting and full life.
Stephen King wrote his novel, The Running Man, while on the road with his band, Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
Stephen King, now staunchly anti-Trump, was a Republican until Ronald Reagan stole his monkey while visiting Stephen at his home, the Neverland Ranch.
Stephen King wrote “It” after being kidnapped by John Wayne Gacy and escaping out of his basement through a sewer drainage pipe (A traumatic incident also referenced in “Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption”).
Stephen King has never been to Maine.
Stephen King, a prolific writer, has never read a single word in his entire life.
Let me know if you have any interesting Stephen King Facts.