2) The Overlook Hotel whence these photos.
Dan Lloyd grown up. He says the film did not squelch his desire for acting, on the contrary, he tried to continue and failed and gave up on all that. He had no idea it was a horror film, the scenes were broken up. He recalls riding his trike around the hotel and playing with the twins.
The photo below is the only set photo taken of any of the actors looking directly at the camera.
Lisa and Louise Burns, no less creepy but still not as creepy as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
Candid set-photos of Sissy Spacek, oddly more compelling than her role in the film in my humble opi onion. She says it was mostly running around with a kid hyperventilating for about a year. And I believe it shows, her role is annoying.
But here's the thing; everybody knows, and I mean, everybody knows that is the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park Colorado and you can go straight there with Google Earth and see for yourself the place looks nothing like that and there is no maze in sight.
You can actually fly the highway of the opening sequence, and man, is that ever photogenic up there. Little stone churches that just insist you to stop the car and come in and have a look around to see if such a thing is real.
And if you take the little Google Earth street-level man icon and drop him directly onto the Stanley hotel then you get a Google Earth Easter egg maze of the hotel. With all the hundreds of photos of the real Stanley Hotel that people took and pinned available on the background, except now you are inside the hotel and it is a maze of non-movie rooms, like this: