An undated article in, composed by Sven Mikulee, contains a rough, Stanley Kubrick-authored treatment for The Shining. It’s less than 70 pages long, and with a significantly different story than the one delivered by Kubrick’s 1980 film.

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” is still there, but at the end of the day Wendy Torrance (Shelley Duvall) winds up killing Wacko Jacko (Jack Nicholson) with a big knife, gut-stabbing him.

And in a huge switch, Scatman CrowthersDick Halloran, the Overlook Hotel’s chef, isn’t a kindly good guy trying to save Wendy and Danny from the malicious Jack. Instead he becomes some kind of demonic figure who’s in league with the ghost of Delbert Grady. Wendy kills Halloran also.