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Witches Footprint: Could A Curse Come True?
Wildlife Park: An Experience In Wildlife Conservation And Education
Rockport, Maine: Merryspring Gardens
Shipyard Brewing Company: Go Toss A Few Back
York Beach: Swim, Fly A Kite, & Enjoy The Arcades
Horseback Riding: Saddle Up For Some Great Beach Rides
Bradbury Mountain State Park: Where The Eagle Circles The Sky
Moosehead Lake Snowmobile Trail: A Loop Worth Traveling
Canoe Ride: Glide Across Maine's Calm Waters
Thanksgiving Arts And Craft Show: Brewer's Annual Tradition
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Apple Picking: Sweet Treats For Fall
Snowmobiling In Rangley: Trail Riding At It's Best!
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The Great Lost Bear: Good Times Are In The Air
Augusta Civic Center: Central Maine's Entertainment Headquarters
Clam Digging, Dig Your Own Clam Dinner: Fun, Muddy And Tasty
Antique Festival: Northern New England's Largest Antique Event
Forcing Bulbs: Enjoying Springtime Blooms In The Winter
Presque Isle: Things To Do In The Heart Of Northern Maine
Moonlight Paddle: Stillness Surrounds You
Cumberland County Fair: Great Food, Exciting Rides, Breathtaking Animals
Funtown Splashtown: Fun For The Whole Family
Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village: A Call To Simple Living
Old Port, Portland Maine: Girls Night Out
Bar Harbor Getaway: Spontaneous Fall Escapes
Ogunquit In The Winter: You Have To See What You Are Missing
Fall Camping: Enjoying The Peaceful Season
Drive The Golden Road: Mountain Views And Moose Too!
The Strand Theater: Entertaining Rockland Since 1923
Comedy Connection: Portlandís Hot Spot For Laughter
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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