Many thanks to Peter Schneider for this list, and Glenn Peters for help with a few of the explanations.
Note that cheques 1-399 were written by Peter, with no duplications. Starting from 400, Peter's wife helped. The names on the cheques are the same starting from 1, but the amounts have been changed.
|2||Chris Hargenson||20.00||Prom tickets|
|3||Josie & the Moonglows||125||Band fee|
|5||Tommy Ross||25.00||Repair tuxedo burn|
|6||Susan Snell||6.95||Copy of "My Name is Susan Snell"|
|7||John Swithen||1.95||Copy of "The Fifth Quarter"|
|8||Blue Ribbon Laundry||14.00||Remove E-Z Gel Stain|
|9||Teddy's Amoco||100.00||Bodywork on Javelin|
|10||Billy Bosnan Band||75.00||Band fee|
|11||Everleaf||10.00||Ten copies for Tom|
|12||Signet Books||1.95||Copy of "Black Prom"|
|13||Eva Miller||40.00||2 night's stay|
|15||Susan Norton||25||Signed copy "Air Dance"|
|16||Mike Ryerson||25.00||Annual plot upkeep|
|17||Barlow & Straker Antiques||700||Hepplewhite|
|18||Cinex||80||Painting by Susan|
|20||Northern Belle Florist||85.00||Roses!|
|21||Stop & Shop||12.75||Garlic!|
|23||Continental Land & Realty||65.00||Deed search|
|24||The Hardware Store||18.90||5 Yale padlocks|
|25||Overlook Hotel||125.00||Presidential Suite|
|26||Horace Derwent||500.00||Financial advice|
|27||Durkin's Conoco||45||Snowmobile rental|
|28||Delbert Grady||10.00||Fire axe|
|32||The Lucky Bones||300||Craps!|
|33||Hertz||45||Buick Electra rental|
|34||Dr. Edwards||125||EEG test|
|35||Rexall Pharmacy||8.00||4 bottles Excedrin|
|36||Johns & Goodfellow Books||100||De Vermis Mysteriis|
|38||Harrison State Park||15.00||Permit|
|39||Sterling Vision||20||Arthur's glasses|
|41||Dr. Harper||100||Shrink/4 sessions|
|42||Savin Rock||18.00||Yearly pass|
|43||Henry's Nite-Owl||8.00||Case of Golden Light|
|44||Morris Toy Company||7.95||GI Joe Vietnam Footlocker|
|45||Amanda Drogan||25||Case of Little Friskies|
|46||Conant's Truck Stop||7.50||Fix engine--won't stop running|
|47||B. Daltons||8.23||Copy of "Raising Demons"|
|48||L.L. Bean||14.00||Hunting knife|
|49||Rondo Hatton||28||Face cream|
|50||Pastoral Greenery||5.00||Lawn mowing|
|51||Goldfish Bowl||22.00||Bar tab|
|52||Midwest Bison Burgers||75.00||3 shares of stock|
|54||Abdul Alhazred||10,000||old book|
|55||Tookey's Bar||35.00||bar tab|
|56||Nick Andros||100.00||Old Bel-Tone|
|57||Sam Goody's||5.99||"Pocket Savior"|
|59||Charles Campion||10.00||Flu shot|
|62||Dewey the Deck||50.00||Talcum|
|63||Donald Elbert||6.95||Zippo lighter|
|65||Joe Rockaway||1500||Gibson Dove|
|66||Harold Lauder||20||New underwear|
|67||Randy's Sooperette||8.50||Medi-Flue, Robitussin|
|68||Cheery Oil Company||450||Damage to tanks|
|69||Paulie's Radio & TV||100||Sony TV|
|70||Vermont Plague Center||14.00||Noseguards|
|71||Lincoln Tunnel Authority||65||Fee to tow car|
|72||Rexall Pharmacy||2.50||Pepto for Tom|
|73||Project Blue||10||Guided tour|
|74||Harold Lauder||5.00||Case of Paydays|
|75||Randy's Sooperette||10.52||Case of Za-Rex|
|76||Nadine Cross||7.50||Hair dye|
|77||Dr. Denninger||50||Medical check-up|
|78||Louis Dragonsky||10||Bug bomb|
|79||Mother Abagail Freemantle||25.00||Geritol|
|80||Frannie Goldsmith Redman||100||Wedding gift|
|81||Bill Hapscomb's Texaco||24||New tire|
|82||Lloyd Henreid||100||Taking care of business|
|86||Cthulhu||10||2 night stay in R'lyeh|
|87||Stu Redman||25||Fix calculator|
|88||Wayne Stukey||20||Good advice|
|89||Apache County Court||125||Medical care|
|90||Chavez Ravine||24.00||Tickets to Zepp.|
|91||Earthly Sounds||225||Les Paul|
|92||Folk Arts Music Store||24||Washboard for Frannie|
|93||Ray Garraty||10||Flowers for Jan|
|94||The Major||20||New Ray Bans|
|95||Greg Stillson Campaign||50||Contribution|
|96||Stuart Clawson||100||Rights to Stillson photo|
|97||Ngo Phat||25||Lawn work|
|99||Castle Rock Court||25||Parking ticket|
|100||Fourth St. Phoenix Sporting Gds.||110||Remington rifle|
|101||Phoenix Office Supply||149.95||Attache case|
|102||America Now Party||100||For Gregg|
|103||Smith's hardware||6.95||D-Con for Frank|
|104||American Truthway Inc.||75||Bible samples|
|105||Sonny Elliman||50||Taking care of Smith|
|107||W.W. Jacobs||17.00||A monkey's paw|
|108||Michael Carey Jackson||10||"The Unlearning Reader"|
|109||Shirley Jackson||22||2 night's stay in Hill House|
|110||Charlie McGee||10||Fix pilot light|
|111||Andrew McGee||15||Refill of Lot 6|
|112||John Rainbird||150||Shop class|
|113||Slumberland Motel||14||1 night's stay|
|114||Dr. Wanless||100||To keep quiet|
|116||The Shop||300,000||Exploding bicycle|
|117||Weapon Shop of Isher||250||Weapons|
|118||Harvey's Gun Shop||45||.44|
|119||Olivia Brenner||50||Gettin' around|
|122||Clean Living Car Wash||5||Hot wax!|
|124||Handy Andy||6.00||2 Andy burgers/tip|
|126||Phil Drake||5,000||For Drop Down Mamma|
|127||Nick Adams||150||Evinrude motor|
|130||Ellison Agency||100||Ads for Glass Teat|
|131||Jack & Jill Nursery School||80||Tad's school|
|132||The Mellow Tiger||22.48||Dinner|
|133||The Sharp Company||80||Case of cereal|
|134||Ad Worx||200||Cujo campaign|
|135||Jordy Verrill||20||Look at meteor|
|136||Horlicks University||15||Mouse head clamps|
|137||Ben Richards||20||For medicine|
|139||Molie Jernigan||50||Axial card|
|140||Andy Dufresne||10||Rita Hayworth poster|
|141||Red||12||"Escape in 10 E-Z Lessons"|
|142||Arthur Denker||15||Steak knives|
|143||Todd Bowden||20||Killed moles|
|144||Edie's Liquors||12||Ancient Age Bourbon|
|145||Kurt Dussander||40||Yodeling gas|
|146||Gordie LaChance||20||Lawn work|
|147||Vern Tessio||15||Yard work|
|148||Chris Chambers||17||Yard work|
|149||Teddy Duchamp||18||Yard work|
|150||Emporium Galorium||25||Treats for the lads|
|151||Mackey Lumber||50.10||Lumber for treehouse|
|152||Sukey's Tavern||35||Bar bill|
|153||Castle Rock Hardware||7.53||Muskol|
|154||Davie Hogan||25||Pie-eating award|
|156||Arlene Hanrahan||10,400.00||Gift to widow|
|157||Pittsburgh Civic Center||26||Tkts. to Jackson Browne|
|158||Roland LeBay||2,100.00||'58 Fury|
|159||Arnie Cunningham||87.50||For auto parts|
|160||Darnell's Used Auto Parts||15||Grill for Fury|
|161||Johnny Pomberton||100||Rent "Petunia"|
|162||British Lion Steak House||28.50||Dinner w/ Leigh|
|163||Libertyville Heights Cemetery||150.00||LeBay's plot|
|164||McConnell's Auto Parts||65||Windshield for Fury|
|165||The Speed Shop||85||Feully headers|
|167||Mammoth Mart||9.25||Case of Sapphire Oil|
|168||Bill Baterman||11.00||Used shovel and pick|
|169||Jud Crandall||25||Sematary plot|
|170||Louis Creed||10.50||Used shovel and tarp|
|172||Lester Morgan||40||Old bull|
|173||Dr. Quentin Jolander||20||Neutered Church|
|177||American Casket Company||150||Casket/Gage|
|179||Bangor Carpet||175||New carpet (Pascow)|
|181||Brookings Smith Mortuary||400||Norma's service|
|182||Emporium Galorium||100||Welsh dresser|
|183||Greenspan Funeral Home||150||Timmy's service|
|185||Mount Hope Cemetery||100||Upkeep for H101 & H102|
|187||Sunlight Gardner Home||120||Dad's payment|
|188||Barton Detective Services||200||Search for Billy|
|190||Dr. Michael Houston||50||Check-up|
|191||Taduz Lemke||50||Take off curse|
|192||Frank Quigley||200||Keep quiet!|
|195||Blue Moon Court & Lodge||40||1 night stay|
|197||Fairview Country Club||1,000||Dues|
|198||Good Luck Paint Company||72||Xeroxing|
|199||Hastur Lounge||17.55||Bar bill|
|200||Henry Glassman Clinic||200||Metabolic tests|
|201||King in Yellow||26||Jeans|
|202||Sheepscot Motel||32||1 night stay|
|203||Richard Ginelli||15||Recipe for Pit Bull Cocktail|
|204||Cary Rossington||25||Case of Nivea|
|207||Chat 'n' Chew||8.50||Dinner|
|208||The Corner Bookshop||18||Bible|
|210||Giosti's Mobil||52||Work on Jeep|
|211||Arrowhead Project||10||Guided tour|
|212||Federal Foods Supermarket||12.50||Irish Mist|
|213||Auburn Novelty Shop||4.50||Chattering teeth|
|216||Naples Marina||85||Naples Marina--fix boat|
|217||Value House||150||McCullough chainsaw|
|218||Federal Foods Supermarket||3.79||Golden Girl shampoo|
|219||Hal Shelburne||5||Toy monkey|
|220||Hank Sweeney||20||Rental of Gremlin|
|221||Ophelia Todd||10||Map of shortcuts|
|222||Jan Hagstrom||800||Word processor|
|223||Ricky Brazzi||3||For Howi Plotsky|
|224||George McCutcheon||20||Truck wheels|
|225||Spike Milligan||8||Milk delivery|
|226||Chief Borton||20||Reelection fund|
|227||Joseph Payne Brennan||15||Copy of Bulldozer|
|228||Richard Cowan||45||Plumbing supplies|
|229||Jimmy Cullum||800||For plastic surgery|
|230||Bill Denbrough||65||Replace "Silver"|
|232||Derry Town House||80||2 night stay|
|233||Frank Dodd||120||Four new slickers|
|234||Jimmy Donlin||80||For dietician|
|235||Harold Earl||8||2 cans paint thinner|
|236||White Tie Magazine||60||Ms. of "The Dark"|
|237||Dennis Etchison||60||Ms. for White Tie story|
|239||Rev. Raymond Fogarty||100||New beer cooler|
|240||Foxy Foxworth||350||Damages to Alladin|
|241||Bill Denbrough||80||Speech therapy|
|242||Bill Goldman||1,000||"Black Rapids" treatment|
|243||Ben Hanscom||5,000||For Quitters Inc. diet|
|244||David Hartwell||80||Dues to Loggers Union|
|245||Sandy Ives||15||Derry book|
|246||Eddie Kaspbrak||10||Placebo inhalers|
|247||Norbert Keene||10||Bradley gang story|
|248||Eddie King||46||Poker winnings|
|249||Carl Kitchener||22||Bearing molds|
|250||Cheryl Lamonica||40||Child support|
|251||Roger Lernerd||400||New K car|
|254||Beverly Marsh||80||Dress for Claudia|
|255||Kay McCall||40||Books for Claudia|
|257||Rebecca Paulson||190||For "help"|
|258||Pennywise||80||Entertainment at party|
|259||Richard Upton Pickman||90||Sofa painting|
|260||Andrew Rhulin||40||Vet bill|
|261||Steve Sadler||12||Archie comics|
|262||Anne Stuart||45||New shower door|
|263||Boogers Taliendo||6||Sex ed.|
|264||Richie Tozer||25||Tickets for the Improv|
|265||Forrest Tucker||20||Video of "The Crawling Eye"|
|266||Stanley Uris||10||Bird Guide|
|267||Stanley Uris||5||Sta-Hard cream|
|268||Alvey's Smokes 'n' Jokes||10||Whoopee cushion|
|269||Augusta State Mental Hospital||20||Smokes for Henry|
|270||Bangor Hydroelectric Company||250||Fill in Morlock holes|
|271||Bike & Cycle Shoppe||78||For Silver|
|272||The Black Spot||452||Fire insurance|
|273||The Bloody Bucket||13.75||Bar tab|
|274||Canal Days Museum||10||Donation|
|275||Delia Fashions||135||Dress for Claudia|
|276||Derry Elementary School||20||Cake sale|
|277||The Discount Barn||16.50||Towels and pots|
|278||The Floating Dog||12||1 night stay|
|279||King & Landry Public Relations||80||Press release|
|280||Kleen Kut Barber Shop||8||Trim|
|281||KleenKloze Washateria||12.50||Clean Bev's towels|
|282||Mount Hope Cemetery||90||Georgie's plot|
|284||Peck's Big Boy||65||Lap dance|
|285||St. Joseph's Hospital||165||Cheryl's leg|
|286||The Shirt Shack||20||T-shirts|
|287||Waldenbooks||12.95||Bill Denbrough's book|
|288||Charles N. Brown||12||Sub. to Locus|
|289||Andrew Keene||25||2 lids of Red|
|290||Kay McCall||1,000||For Bev's debt|
|291||Aladdin Theatre||7.50||Tikts. to Pit of Black Demon|
|292||Red Wheel||6.50||Stein of Wild Turkey|
|293||Derry hardware||6.55||Tangle-Track glue|
|294||Secondhand Rose||2.65||Perry Como records|
|295||Norbert keene||10||25 grains Blue Skies|
|296||Richie Tozier||2.50||Lawn mowing|
|297||Will Hanlon||200||For killing chickens|
|298||Secondhand Rose||10||Bill's used Underwood|
|300||Annie Wilkes||125||4-night's stay|
|301||Duane Kushner||12||New haircut|
|302||Paul Sheldon||225||Ms. of "Misery's Return"|
|303||Paul Sheldon||65||Orthopedic shoes|
|305||Annie Wilkes||60||Writing lessons|
|306||Annie Wilkes||12||Axe and blowtorch|
|307||Sidewinder Police Dept.||25||Tow car|
|308||Sidewinder Stationery||8||Ream of corrassable bond|
|309||Lloyd Currey||850||Ms. of Fast Cars|
|310||Sidewinder Pharmacy||22||Keflex and ampicillan|
|311||Sidewinder Hardware||62.48||Kreig locks|
|312||Sidewinder ASPCA||5||Copy of Misery's Hobby|
|313||Paul Sheldon||125||Thumb prosthesis|
|315||Ida Bozeman||75||Molecule exciter|
|316||Derry Western Auto||250||20 car batteries|
|317||Bradley Colson||60||For vasectomy|
|318||Elt Barker's Shell||16||Oil change|
|320||Billy Fanin||50||Killer wagon|
|322||Paul's Down East SuperMart||6||Lomotil|
|323||Claudell Weems||60||Gold tooth|
|324||Alhambra Hotel||150||2 night's stay w/Jack|
|325||Derry Tru-Value Hardware||65||Batteries|
|326||Haven Grammar School||20||"Stop Alice Kimball" fund|
|329||Splendid Shoe||22||Jumping shoes|
|330||Troy General Store||8||T-shirts|
|331||Doubleday Publishing||6.95||Copy of "Boxing the Compass"|
|332||Cooder's Market||150||New Coke machine|
|333||Bobbi Anderson||60||Furnace rebreather|
|334||Hilly Brown||17||Disappearing device|
|335||Jim Gardener||11.95||Copy of "Leighton Street"|
|336||New England Paper Company||4,000||Deed to "Burning Woods"|
|337||New England Poetry Caravan||32||For hotel movies|
|338||Thad Beaumont||22||Copy of "Sudden Dancers"|
|339||Thad Beaumont||18.50||Copy of "Purple Haze"|
|340||David Aronovitz||200||Copy of ms. for "Golden Dog"|
|342||Frederick Clawson||60||Detective work|
|344||Donald Westlake||50||Use of name "Stark"|
|345||Agency Liquor Store||22||Vodka|
|346||Eastern Maine Medical Center||235||X-rays and cat scan|
|347||Homeland Cemetery||200||Stark's plot|
|348||Mellow Tiget||65||Damage from fight|
|349||You Sew and Sew||17||Cloth for Claudia|
|350||New York Public Library||10||IBM retal|
|352||Darwin Press||20||Copy of "Steel Machine"|
|353||Twin City Camera & Video||38||Polaroid Sun 660|
|354||Donald Grant||150||Ms. of "Aftermath"|
|357||Lindy's Steak House||24||Steaks|
|359||Tim & Janet's Quik-Pik||112||Recompense/Blaze|
|360||The Baby Shoppe||221.55||Clothes for Joe|
|363||Sister Mary Dean Chase Home for Boys||200||For Blaze|
|364||Triad Publishing||10||"People Places & Things"|
|365||Triad Publishing||15||"Star Invaders"|
|366||Bonaventure Motel||12||1 night stay|
|367||Triad Publishing Company||15||Copy of "I Was a Teenage Grave Robber"|
|368||University of Maine Library||80||Copy of Slade|
|369||Startling Mystery Stories||6||Copy of "Glass Floor"|
|370||Fred Agnew||60||Shares of American Southwest|
|371||Onan||10||Copy of "The Blue Air Compressor"|
|372||Mrs. Leighton||50||2 nights stay|
|373||Cavalier||$6||Copy of "The Fifth Quarter"|
|374||Miss Sidley||$80||Shock treatments|
|375||Cavalier Magazine||$6||Copy of "Suffer the Little Children"|
|376||Marshroots||$10||Copy of "It Grows on You"|
|377||Cavalier||$8||Copy of "Cat from Hell"|
|378||John Halson||$300||Hit on "Sam"|
|379||Drogan Pharmaceuticals||$100||Dose of Tri-Dormal-G|
|380||Gent Magazine||$10||Copy of "Man with a Belly"|
|381||Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine||$12||Copy of "Night of the Tiger"|
|382||Ramsey Campbell||$20||Map to Crouch End|
|383||Stuart Schiff||$60||Ms. of "Before the Play"|
|384||Zenith House Publishers||$120||Ms. for "True Tales of Demon Infestation"|
|385||Carlos Detweiller||$20||House plant|
|387||Anthony LaScorbia||$200||Signed ". . .from Hell" series|
|388||Doubleday Publishing||$100||Ms. of "Skybar"|
|389||Big Joe's Cleaning Service||$60||Clean Dolan's house|
|391||Ellen Datlow/Omni Magazine||$20||Ms. of "End of the Whole Mess"|
|392||Sons of the Jihad||$500||Squirt bomb|
|393||Onan||$20||Ms. for "The Darkman"|
|394||Philtrum Press||$200||"Eyes of the Dragon"|
|395||Jim Charlton||$100||Ms. for "Bred Any Good Rooks"|
|396||Edward Paladin||$1,000||Host "Tonight" show|
|397||Martha Rosewall||$30||Clean sheets|
|398||Peter Jeffries||$100.00||Child care|
|399||Le Palais Hotel||$20||Maid service|
|401||Chris Hargenson||$24||Prom tickets|
|402||Josie & the Moonglows||$150||Band fee|
|404||Tommy Ross||$20||Repair tuxedo burn|
|405||Susan Snell||$7.95||Copy of "My Name is Susan Snell"|
|406||John Swithen||$2.95||Copy of "The Fifth Quarter"|
|407||Blue Ribbon Laundry||$16.00||Remove E-Z gel stain|
|408||Teddy's Amoco||$120||Body work on Javelin|
|409||Billy Bosnan Band||$85||Band fee|
|410||Everleaf||$15||10 copies for Tom|
|411||Signet Books||$2.95||Copy of "Black Prom"|
|412||Eva Miller||$50||2 night's stay|
|414||Susan Norton||$27.50||Signed copy "Air Dance"|
|415||Mike Ryerson||$28||Annual plot upkeep|
|416||Barlow & Straker Antiques||$740.00||Hepplewhite|
|417||Cinex||$85||Painting by Susan|
|419||Northern Belle Florist||$75||Roses!|
|420||Stop & Shop||$14.05||Garlic!|
|422||Continental Land & Realty||$70||Deed search|
|423||The Hardware Store||$22.50||5 yale padlocks|
|424||Overlook Hotel||$140||Presidential Suite|
|425||Horace Derwent||$525||Financial advice|
|426||Durkin's Conoco||$50||Snowmobile rental|
|427||Delbert Grady||$15||Fire axe|
|431||The Lucky Bones||$275||Craps!|
|433||Dr. Edwards||$150||EEG test|
|434||Rexall Pharmacy||$10||4 bottles Excedrin|
|435||Johns & Goodfellow Books||$125||DeVermiis Mysteriis|
|437||Harrison State Park||$17.50||permit|
|438||Sterling Vision||$26||Arthur's glasses|
|440||Dr. Harper||$160||Shrink--4 sessions|
|441||Savin Rock||$15||Yearly pass|
|442||Henry's Night-Owl||$10||Case of Golden Light|
|443||Morris Toy Company||$8.95||G.I. Joe Vietnam Footlocker|
|444||Amanda Drogan||$30||Case of Little Friskies|
|445||Conant's Truck Stop||$10.50||Fix engine--won't stop running|
|446||B. Daltons||$9.95||Copy of "Raising Demons"|
|447||L.L. Bean||$17.50||Hunting knife|
|448||Rondo Hatton||$26.75||Face cream|
|450||Goldfish Bowl||$26||Bar tab|
|451||Midwest Bison Burgers||$90||3 shares of stock|
|453||Abdul Alhazred||$12,000||Old book|
Notes and origins:
If there are question marks, the number of question marks indicates how confused I am about this reference:
1- (Carrie) Henry Blake went to kill the pigs.
2- (Carrie) Chris Hargenson plotted Carrie's downfall.
3-(Carrie) Josie and the Moonglows played at Carrie's prom.
4- (Carrie) Billy Nolan rigged the pigs' blood at the prom.
5- (Carrie) Tommy Ross accompanied Carrie to the prom.
6- (Carrie) Susan Snell was one of Carrie's classmates. Tried to make amends but things went horribly wrong.
7- (Nightmares and Dreamscapes/The Fifth Quarter) John Swithen is the pseudonym King published The Fifth Quarter under.
8- (Carrie) Carrie's mother worked at the Blue Ribbon Laundry.
9- ? (Carrie) This refers to Teddy Duchamp's garage. Not sure whose car though.
10- (Carrie) The Billy Bosnan Band played at Carrie's prom.
11- (Carrie) Tommy Ross had a poem published in the magazine Everleaf.
12- ? (Carrie) The Black Prom was a book analysing the events of the prom night.
13- ('Salem's Lot) Eva Miller ran the boarding house where Ben stayed.
14- ('Salem's Lot) Carl Foreman was the undertaker of 'Salem's Lot.
15- ('Salem's Lot) Air Dance was a Ben Mears book.
16- ('Salem's Lot) Mike Ryerson maintained the Lot's cemeteries.
17- ('Salem's Lot) Barlow's sideboard was a Hepplewhite.
18- ('Salem's Lot) The Cinex had a triple cinema in 'Salem's Lot and bought 12 of Susan's paintings.
19- ('Salem's Lot) The Excellent Cafe was a restaurant in the Lot that went out of business.
20- ('Salem's Lot) Ben bought roses for Susan from the Northen Belle Florist
21- ('Salem's Lot) Ben and Jimmy bought a dozen boxes of garlic from the Stop & Shop.
22- ('Salem's Lot) Matt bought a crucifix from Woolworth's.
23- ('Salem's Lot) Continental Land and Realty is the dummy company which bought the land Barlow gave to Larry Crockett.
24- ('Salem's Lot) 5 Yale padlocks were used when the Hepplewhite was delivered.
25- (The Shining) The Presidential Suite (room 300) had been occupied by 4 presidents.
26- (The Shining) Horace Derwent bought The Overlook at the end of World War 2.
27- (The Shining) Durkin's Conoco was where Dick Hallorann got the snowmobile near the end.
28- (The Shining) Delbert Grady was the previous caretaker at The Overlook who killed his family with a fire axe.
29- (The Shining) Dick Hallorann was The Overlook's head chef.
30- (The Shining) Lloyd was the late barman in the Colorado Lounge at The Overlook.
31- (The Shining) Stuart Ullman was the manager of The Overlook.
32- ? (The Shining) The Lucky Bones was a casino on the strip in Las Vegas. I think Dick Hallorann mentions it. Not sure.
33- (The Shining) Dick Hallorann hired his car from Hertz when coming back from Colorado.
34- (The Shining) Wendy and Jack took Danny to see Dr. Edwards.
35- (The Shining) Jack buys some Excedrin from a Rexall after getting the job at The Overlook
36- (Night Shift/Jerusalem's Lot) A copy of De Vermis Mysteriis is found by Boone and Cal. They ask Johns & Goodfellow Books about it. De Vermis Mysteriis is a book invented by H.P. Lovecraft.
37- (Night Shift/Jerusalem's Lot) In 1850, Calvin McCanne ordered some rat's bane from a catalogue.
38- (Night Shift/Night Surf) The narrator recalls being taken to Harrison State Park as a child.
39- ? (Night Shift/I Am The Doorway) I think this a reference to Arthur of said story, and the phenomenon of eyes appearing where they're not meant to. No idea about Sterling Vision though. Just a pun?
40- (Night Shift/The Mangler) Hadley-Watson is the company that supplied the mangler.
41- (Night Shift/The Boogeyman) Dr. Harper is the psychiatrist Lester Billings goes to see.
42- (Night Shift/The Boogeyman) Lester Billings took his kids to Savin Rock (an amusement park).
43- (Night Shift/Gray Matter) Golden Light was what started turning Richie Grenadine into a big blob, and it was bought from Henry's Nite-Owl.
44- (Night Shift/Battleground) The surprisingly active figures came out of a GI Joe Footlocker, made by the Morris Toy Company, whose owner had just been Renshaw's target.
45- (Battleground) Amanda is the little girl (played by Drew Barrymore) who features in the first story of the movie "Cat's Eye" which also features the story "Battleground".
46- (Night Shift/Trucks) Conant's Truck Stop was where the characters in the story were trapped when the vehicles took on a life of their own.
47- (Night Shift/Sometimes They Come Back) "Raising Demons" was the book Jim used for the effect at the end. Not sure where Daltons comes into it.
48- (Night Shift/Strawberry Spring) A knife from L.L. Bean was found in the room of Carl Alamara, who was arrested for the murders.
49- (Night Shift/The Ledge) After Stan Norris hit Cressner with the gun, Cressner looked like Rondo Hatton. No idea where skin cream comes in, probably 'cos I've never heard of Rondo Hatton.
50- (Night Shift/The Lawnmower Man) Pastoral Greenery was the name of the company called to mow the lawn.
51- (Night Shift/The Lawnmower Man) The Goldfish Bowl was a bar Harold often drank at.
52- (Night Shift/The Lawnmower Man) Harold had once invested 75 in Midwest Bison Burgers, which subsequently collapsed.
53- (Night Shift/Quitters, Inc.) The bill from Quitters Inc. was $2500 for the treatment, $2500 for counselling, and $.50 for electricity.
54- (Night Shift/I Know What You Need) Abdul Alhazred is the "author" of the Necronomicon, which is mentioned in "I Know What You Need". (Actually, both author and book were invented by H.P. Lovecraft.)
55- (Night Shift/One For The Road) Tookey's Bar was where Booth (the narrator) was when Gerard Lumley turned up.
56- (The Stand) Bel-Tone is a brand of hearing aid - Nick was deaf.
57- (The Stand) "Pocket Savior" is the name of Larry's album containing "Baby Can You Dig Your Man".
58- (The Stand) I don't think this is any particular reference, just a joke.
59- (The Stand) Charles Campion was the man who originally spread Captain Trips.
60- (The Stand) Rita Blakemoor was rather fond of taking pills.
61- (The Stand) When Nick meets Tom Cullen, he gets a bike for him, as neither of them can drive.
62- (The Stand) Dewey the Deck was Larry's drug supplier.
63- (The Stand) Donald Elbert (aka Trashcan Man) enjoyed all things combustible.
64- (The Stand) The Tattered Remnants was Larry's Band.
65- (The Stand) Gibson Dove is a guitar - Joe was a natural on the guitar.
66- (The Stand) Harold didn't seem to value personal hygiene much.
67- (The Stand) Randy's Sooperette was a grocery store in Arnette. (Stu's home town)
68- (The Stand) Trashcan Man had great fun blowing up Cheery's oil storage tanks.
69- (The Stand) Nick did one of his "apologetic break-ins" at this Paulie's in Shoyo, and took a Sony.
70- (The Stand) The Vermont Plague Center was where Stu was held while the world died.
71- (The Stand) Rita and Larry didn't particularly enjoy their trip through the Lincoln Tunnel.
72- (The Stand) Nick got some Pepto-Bismol for Tom at a Rexall when Tom had eaten too many apples.
73- (The Stand) Project Blue was the secret project which invented Captain Trips in the first place.
74- (The Stand) Harold Lauder loved Paydays - Larry found wrappers while trying to catch up with him.
75- (The Stand) Again, Randy's Sooperette was a grocery store in Arnette. Za-Rex is Steve King's favourite drink. (See cheque 67)
76- (The Stand) Nadine Cross' hair went from black with silver streaks in to white after her honeymoon with Flagg.
77- (The Stand) Denninger was one of the doctors at the Vermont Plague Center.
78- (The Stand) "This place has bugs Louis Dragonsky, 1977" was written on one of the cell walls in Shoyo's jail (where Nick was brought after being beaten up).
79- (The Stand) Mother Abagail was no spring chicken.
80- (The Stand) Frannie Goldsmith married Stu Redman.
81- (The Stand) Bill's Texaco was where we first saw Stu in The Stand.
82- (The Stand) (??) Um, can't remember exactly, but Lloyd and the phrase "Taking care of business" go together somehow...
83- (The Stand) Donald King tried to sell Mother Abagail a vacuum cleaner. Note, Stephen King's father was also called Donald.
84- (The Stand) Julie Lawry was in the Rexall where Nick got some Pepto-Bismol for Tom after he ate too many apples.
85- (The Stand) Maria was the oral hygienist who gave Larry oral sex when he returned to New York.
86- Lovecraft reference.
87- (The Stand) Stu used to work in a Texas Instruments factory.
88- (The Stand) Wayne gave Larry the advice to get his life back together after the party which landed him in major debt.
89- (The Stand) After being arrested, Lloyd Henreid was taken to the Apache County jail infirmary.
90- (The Stand) Larry Underwood's band opened for Dire Straits and Led Zeppelin at Chavez Ravine.
91- (The Stand) Leo Rockway picked out a guitar at Earthly Sounds (it was a $600 Gibson).
92- (The Stand) When Frannie found washing hard, Stu found an old-fashioned washboard in The Folk Arts Music Store.
93- (The Long Walk) Jan was Ray (#47) Garraty's girlfriend.
94- (The Long Walk) The Major always wore reflector sunglasses.
95- (The Dead Zone) Greg Stillson is the ambitious politician Johnny Smith becomes obsessed with.
96- (The Dead Zone) It was Stuart Clawson that took the photo of Stillson holding up the baby to protect himself.
97- (The Dead Zone) Ngo Phat was Roger Chatsworth's Vietnamese groundsman.
98- (The Dead Zone) Dr. Weizak was Johnny Smith's doctor and friend after his accident.
99- (The Dead Zone) Johnny helped George Bannerman investigate a serial killer in Castle Rock.
100- (The Dead Zone) Johnny used a Remington in his murder attempt.
101- (The Dead Zone) Jonny put the rifle for his murder attempt in a large attache case.
102- (The Dead Zone) The America Now Party was the political party formed by Greg Stillson.
103- (The Dead Zone) D-Con rat poison was found in Frank Dodd's closet.
104- (The Dead Zone) Before his political days, Greg Stillson had been a travelling Bible salesman.
105- (The Dead Zone) Sonny Elliman was Greg Stillson's right-hand man.
106- (The Dead Zone) Inside View Magazine offered Johnny a job as a psychic.
107- Reference to The Monkey's Paw story by Jacobs.
108- (The Dead Zone) Michael Carey Jackson was a reading and grammar specialist, who wrote "The Unlearning Reader".
109- Reference to The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson.
110- (Firestarter) Charlie McGee was pyrokinetic.
111- (Firestarter) Andrew McGee (Charlie's father) was one of the recipients of Lot 6, an experimental drug which had various supernatural effects.
112- (Firestarter) John Rainbird was an agent for the top secret government agency "The Shop".
113- (Firestarter) The Slumberland Motel was where Andy and Charlie spent the night after hitch-hiking.
114- (Firestarter) Dr. Wanless was the brain behind the Lot 6 experiments. He was killed by Rainbird because he wanted to reveal the truth.
115- (Firestarter) Confidence Associates was the group run by Andy in New York.
116- (Firestarter) The Shop paid $300,000 to investigate the feasibility of an exploding bike.
117- (Firestarter) "The Weapon Shops of Isher", a short story by A.E. van Vogt, was where The Shop got its name.
118- (Roadwork) Harvey's Gun Shop was where Bart Dawes bought the Magnum and the rifle.
119- (Roadwork) Olivia Brenner was the hitch-hiker Bart picked up then got to know.
120- (Roadwork) Bart Dawes was a manager at the Blue Ribbon laundry.
121- (Roadwork) Sally Magliore was mobster-type who ran a used car lot.
122- (Roadwork) Clean Living was the car wash Bart usually used.
123- (Roadwork) Bart and Mary bought a TV for $837 soon after they were married, having done separate extra jobs to get the money.
124- (Roadwork) Bart took Mary to Handy-Andy's for lunch.
125- (Roadwork) Sally Magliore was mobster-type who (reluctantly) supplied Dawes with explosives.
126- (Roadwork) Phil Drake was a street-priest who worked at the Drop Down Mamma coffeehouse.
127- (Roadwork) Nick Adams is Dawes' fictitious cousin, who bought Dawes an Evinrude motor for a present.
128- (Cujo) Joe Camber (Cujo's owner) was a mechanic.
129- (Cujo) Charity Camber consulted Dr. Gresham about her son Brett's sleep-walking.
130- This is a reference to Harlan Ellison.
131- (Cujo) Tad Trenton went to the Jack and Jill Nursery School three mornings a week.
132- (Castle Rock/Cujo) The Mellow Tiger is the only bar in Castle Rock.
133- (Cujo) Vic Trenton was working on adverts with Sharp cereals during the book's main timeframe.
134- (Cujo) Ad Worx was the name of the advertising company Vic Trenton was a partner in.
135- (Creepshow) Jordy Verrill was the character played by King in the film of Creepshow.
136- (Creepshow) Horlicks University was where the Crate was found. Halley found some mouse head clamps there.
137- (The Running Man) Ben Richards appeared on the show to earn money for medication for his daughter.
138- (The Running Man) Ben's mother was cremated in the Municipal Crematorium, as was his brother.
139- (The Running Man) Ben got an Axial charge card for identification from Molie Jernigan.
140- (Shawshank) Andy bought a poster of Rita Hayworth from Red.
141- (Shawshank) Though Red was able to get hold of most things, I don't think he'd get this book...
142- (Apt Pupil) Denker (Dussander) killed a stewbum with a butcher knife... he also liked steak, as there was some steak sauce on his bathrobe.
143- (Apt Pupil) Todd killed some animals... does this include moles? (??)
144- (Apt Pupil) Dussander drank Ancient Age Bourbon. Not sure where Edie's Liquors comes in.
231 (remember little Georgie's arm in IT?)
238 (again from IT)
259 (even though this name occurs in IT, it is also a Lovecraft reference)
288 (this is an off-topic check--Locus is big sf/fantasy magazine)
309 (this is Paul Sheldon's book--Lloyd Currey is a well-known book dealer)
312 (read the book--this is a bad joke)
340 (David Arnovitz is a well-known sf bk. dealer)
344 (Don Westlake first used the name Stark in early novels)
354 (Aftermath is King's first work, written with friend Chris Chesley when they were schoolboys)
360 (Joe is the baby in Blaze)
364 (an early unpublished King work)
365 (an early unpublished King work)
367 (an early unpublished King work)
369 (King's first published story)
385 (Bev--you should get this one easy) (I presume this refers to The Plant - Jon)
393 (this is an actual poem by Steve King that appeared in his college literary magazine, Onan. It is the actual first appearance of our friend, Randall Flagg)
395 (this was a book published by Doubleday and edited by Jim Charlton that featured the worst puns from writers--the title is taken from the punchline from Steve King's story)
397 (this is a particularly odious reference to "Dedication")
PLEASE NOTE AT THIS TIME: All references to "Claudia" are about Claudia Inez Bachman, the "wife" of Richard Bachman and the person who found the REGULATORS manuscript.