In the Rocky Wood book about King's unpublished items, there's a brief mention of Creepshow 2. It implies, at least to my reading, that the stories Old Chief Wood'nhead and The Hitch-Hiker were not based on King's tales and were instead the product of George Romero's imagination. Certainly nothing wrong with that, but I always thought King came up with the stories for these two. Perhaps Bev Vincent might know about this. I was wondering if King wrote out treatments for these tales, and if so, how long they were. Or, maybe he just wrote out brief premises for the segments. In the previous thread on Creepshow 2, a member very helpfully stated that there were some written treatments/synopses, which is probably correct, but I thought I would pose this query again anyway since I just read about it in the Wood book. Most likely though the info already given is right.