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But first, the state of Colorado must approve the plans.

Time.com
October 22, 2015

The Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King’s 1977 thriller The Shining, wants to create an immersive experience for horror fans by creating a museum. (Take a moment to imagine how creepy this could potentially be.)

The hotel, which is in Estes Park, Colo., near the Rocky Mountains, also announced plans for a film production studio and a film archive, the Los Angeles Times reports. The Stanley Film Center would operate as a nonprofit public-private partnership and occasionally team with the Colorado Film School in Denver.

But before you get too excited: the state of Colorado still has to give the green light. The hotel is asking for $11.5 million in state tourism funds, and it will ultimately cost as estimated $24 million to complete this “year-round horror destination.” Currently, the hotel offers ghost tours and hosts an annual horror film festival, but obviously a full-blown museum would take things to the next level.

To get a feel for the museum’s creepiness, watch the trailer for The Shining. The hotel featured in the trailer is called the Overlook and was strongly inspired by the Stanley:

This article originally appeared on Time.com.

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