I'm on a bit of a Stephen King kick this week, watching a few of his movies. And I have one question that has been bothering me for years.
What is it with Stephen King putting both crows and corn in nearly all his stories?
I can't say nearly all, because even I haven't read all his books or seen all his movies, but I've read a fair amount and seen a good number, and everyone of his stories I've come in contact with has a bunch of crows and a corn field or two.
Is there a hidden message in the corn we're not picking up on?
I get the crows. Crows represent death, spirits, occult, knowledge etc. Okay, they make sense. But the corn?
That's the view from my sofa this morning.