The kids from IT, Bev and Richie, are the kids Jake Epping encounters in Derry, who seem to have a secret of their own. He watches them dance and offers a little instruction.
Submitted by: Phillip Robertson
"Do you know the turtle" this represents the turtle that holds the earth on it's shell. and in IT.
Submitted by: Draconis
The numbers in the license plate of Jake's Subaru add up to 19, and the the numbers for the plate of the Plymouth Fury add up to 19.
Submitted by: Brett Dysinger
The whole idea of the book (going back in time to prevent Kennedy's assassination) is actually present in Wolves of the Calla. Callahan says he's been thinking for a long time of using Black 13 to get to 1963, find out if Oswald acted on his own and maybe prevent him from killing Kennedy. Then Eddie looks at him and asks "what if you did it and changed things for the worse ?". Pretty much sums up the whole book. Plus Callahan uses the expression "watershed moment" to talk about Kennedy's assassination, which occurs a few times in 11/22/63. And the last connection I found is the "white over red" cars: Callahan escaped low men driving such a car while he was travelling the highways in hiding and Sadie's ex-husband is also driving a white over red car.
Submitted by: Hannah
The author uses a quote at the beginning of 11/22/63 from Thomas Wolfe's ''Look Homeward Angel''. In Look Homeward Angel, the main Character is named Eugene Gant. Eugene is basically a version of Wolfe and, Look Homeward Angel is a quasi fictional/nonfictional book based on the authors life... Thomas also wrote ''You Can't Go Home Again''.. This book is another version of Look Homeward Angel and the main character is named George Webber... In 11/22/63, Jakes alias in the past is George... This is how authors talk to each other..
Submitted by: Hollow Men
when Beverly and Ritchie are talking to Mr Ambersome, Beverly says "do you know about the turtle"
Submitted by: Christopher Tonks