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Welcome to Stephen Kings Bangor; A journey through Derry Maine.Walk through the streets of Bangor to see, touch and experience the citys landmarks that reveal the motivation for Stephen Kings horror. Eerie feelings of dread follow as you walk in the shoes of Kings heroes and evil doers. But take care; the line that separates Derry and Bangor can often become blurred. Many of Kings 50 plus novels are set in the fictional town of Derry. However we fans of King and the residents of Bangor Maine know that Derry is not entirely fictional. Derry shares more than a passing resemblance to his home town of Bangor. Many landmarks and locations mentioned in this book and over twenty more are actual places in Bangor, where the towns most famous resident, acquired his inspiration. So read on and Ill show you the real Derry, where the evil and malevolence that spawned sales in excess of 350 million. Just be careful and remember what Mr Gray found when he came looking for the Thomas Hill Standpipe in Kings 2001 novel Dreamcatcher; A plaque to those lost in the 1985 Derry storm. The plaque had been vandalised, with graffiti reading; PENNYWISE LIVES About the Author Brett Hiatt is a published author. From the Pan Books of Horror to The Exorcist Brett grew up reading and watching Horror. Having always been drawn to stories that go bump in the night and a fan of author Stephen King he recently decided to explore the fictional town of Derry, Maine by walking around King's home town of Bangor. He hopes you enjoy this app but you take care where it leads you About Sutro Media This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!If you have any problems, comments, or suggestions for improvement, we'd love to hear from you - email@example.comContent rating: Low Maturity