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The Magic Of Christmas: The Portland Symphony Orchestra's Seasonal Event
Grand Lake Stream Folk Art Festival: Local Talent Shines
Vacation Ideas: Looking For Places To Go And Things To Do
Burnt Island: Lighthouses And Seals Just A Ferry Ride Away
O Christmas Tree: Portland's Annual Tree Lighting
Breweries: So Many Breweries, So Little Time
Southworth Planetarium: Where The Stars Dance
Waterfall Trip: Donít Be a Dead Beat, Go To Grand Falls!
Payson Park: A Local Portland Retreat
Historic Sites In Portland: Spending A Day Rich In History
Best Sea Kayaking Trail: Southwest Harbor to Little Cranberry
Waterville Intown Arts Festival: The Oldest Outdoor Art Show
Gardening: Plant, Sprout and Enjoy!
Amtrak Downeaster: All Aboard For A Good Time
Acadia National Park: This Place Rocks!
Childrenís Theatre: Where Kids Run The Show
Drive The Golden Road: Mountain Views And Moose Too!
Red's Eats: Roadside Food At Its Finest
Fun Things To Do: Winter, 5 Ideas ... Create Your Own Things To Do!
Bar Harbor: Discover One Of Maine's Best Destinations
Waterfall Magic: Small Falls Rest Area
Brunswick: Discovering The Town With Lots To Do
Maine Narrow Guage Railroad: Ride The Christmas Train
Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad Co.: Come Ride The Train
Traditional Skills Courses: Earthways School Of Wilderness Living
Beach To Beacon: 10K Road Race
Whale Watching: Close Encounter, Awesome Experience
Maine Lodging: Sleep Outside! Itís Fun, Clean & Beautiful Views
Moosehead Lake (Greenville, ME): More To Do Than Meets The Eye
Fiddleheads: Search For Tasty Greens
Sebago State Park: Big Beach, Big Lake And Plenty To Do
 
Maine Things To Do House Of Horrors: Stephen Kings Home In Bangor
Posted by mainetodo on Wednesday, October 17 @ 17:25:28 EDT

Fall,Winter,Spring & Summer: For those interested in the bizarre a casual stroll past Maine author Stephen King's house is worth the trip. From the blackwrought iron spider web front gate to the black bats perched on the post it is just what you might have expected. If you are a true fan of author Stephen King, you will definitely want to take the Stephen King tour of Maine. Many of the towns in author Stephen Kingís books are fictionalized versions of towns where King has lived or frequented. Towns like Durham, Bangor,

Mt. Desert Island and his birthplace, Portland all served as backdrops to some of his most famous books like Cujo, Pet Cemetary and Needful Things. Halloween is the perfect time to make a trip to the King's place. A brick victorian with turrets and rumor has it even a ghost who haunts the living area of his home...maybe this is his inspiration...


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