Huge infographic connects the dots in Stephen King's weird world

Stephen King has written more than 50 novels over the years, and along the way the author has shared more than a few locations and sci-fi tropes between stories. 

So how can you keep it all straight? Luckily, artist Tessie Girl has put together a massive, weaving infographic that connects the shared story sites, references to other cities and everything from telekinesis to stories designed to scare kids.

It’s pretty dense, but an awesome read for King fans. You never really realize it until you see all the connections broken down, but King has created his own little world throughout all his supernatural and sci-fi tales.

Check out the graphic below and let us know what you think:


(Via /Film)

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