Bear came in hotel Stanley in the American state of Colorado, inspired the writer Stephen King the creation of the novel "Radiance".
The plot is screened by director Stanley Kubrick in 1980, TASS reported, referring to the Movieweb information portal.
VIDEO: Bear walks through the lobby of Stanley Hotel (#TheShining) https://t.co/5G7GDE6NPG
– Bev Vincent (@VevVincent) August 24, 2018
The site published a video recording of the incident that was filmed by a hotel employee at night. The video shows the bear jumping on a table in the lobby, going through the room and then leaving.
The animal did not cause significant damage and none of the more than 300 guests suffer from it, stay at the hotel at that time, in the neighborhood The Rocky Mountains National Park.
A bear was seen on a video that roamed the lobby of the Stanley Hotel in Colorado, a hotel that inspired Stephen King's "The Shining". Https://t.co/d2q3B2XwOb
– NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) August 25, 2018
It is known that King stayed in this hotel in 1974. The famous the horror film "Radiance" was not recorded in Stanley, and other places, including the Timberline Lodge Hotel in Oregon.