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Every Stephen King Novel To Feature Juniper Hill Psychiatric Hospital -BB

Here’s every Stephen King novel to feature the Juniper Hill psychiatric hospital. Stephen King burst onto the horror scene with his novel Carrie and quickly became a household name. It didn’t take long for Hollywood to come calling either, with the early 1980s featuring filmmakers like John Carpenter and David Cronenberg directing adaptations of books like Christine and The Dead Zone. Stanley Kubrick directed The Shining in 1980, which is hailed as a modern masterpiece by many but famously disliked by the author, both for its many deviations from his book and its cold tone.

It once felt like a week couldn’t go by without a new Stephen King movie or miniseries making its debut, but around the time Dreamcatcher bombed in 2003, these adaptations started to slow down. The success of 2017’s new take on IT saw a wave of Stephen King projects kick off,  including Gerald’s Game, Pet Sematary, and Shining sequel Doctor Sleep. With new takes on The Dark Tower and The Stand on their way, fans have lots of Stephen King adaptations to look forward to.

Longtime readers of Stephen King will know he often reuses familiar locations and characters in his work, with the fictional town of Derry in Maine being a particular staple. Another familiar location is Juniper Hill psychiatric hospital – naturally located in Derry – which has featured in a lot of his novels. TV series Castle Rock blends a lot of King characters and tropes together with Juniper Hill also playing a role. Below is a list of every Stephen King novel to feature the asylum.

  • IT
  • Gerald’s Game
  • The Dark Half
  • The Tommyknockers
  • 11/22/63
  • Insomnia
  • Nightmares And Dreamscapes
  • Bag Of Bones
  • The Sun Dog
  • Needful Things

Outside of Castle Rock, Juniper Hill psychiatric hospital has featured onscreen in both the 1990 IT miniseries and 2019’s IT: Chapter 2, where it housed the adult Henry Bowers. Pennywise pays Henry a visit, convincing him to escape and kill the Losers‘ Club on his behalf. This results in a grisly fate for asylum guard Koontz – no doubt a tongue-in-cheek nod to King’s rival horror author Dean Koontz. In Gerald’s Game, the asylum also housed the Space Cowboy and Needful Things‘ Nettie Cobb.

Castle Rock is a treasure trove of references to Stephen King’s expansive literary universe aside from Juniper Hill psychiatric hospital, making the show a must for fans. King used to make semi-regular cameos in movies and shows based on his work, such as the original Pet Sematary and Sleepwalkers, but he’s tended to back away those appearances in recent years. One notable exception was his IT: Chapter 2 cameo, playing a shopkeeper who makes a very meta gag about horror author Bill Denbrough’s (James McAvoy) inability to write good endings.

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