They came to the Queen City, to see the King!

A husband and wife who are way into all things spooky, have a YouTube Channel called "The Horror Roadsides Show."

The page is described as "Adventurer who goes to weird bizarre and creepy locations and tells you the stories behind it. My wife and I love the paranormal and mysterious. If you, yourself are a fan, then you have found the right channel. Join us on our adventures. We are learning and growing all the time."

Over the weekend, they took a 3.5-hour drive from their home in Nashua, New Hampshire, to head up to Bangor, to investigate all things King. Watching the video, you can tell that they were pretty psyched to be here.

As all hard-core Stephen King fans know, Bangor is the inspiration for the fictional town of Derry, which has been portrayed in several of his novels and short stories.

No Stephen King investigative tour is complete without stopping by Mount Hope Cemetery, the Paul Bunyan Statue, the corner of Jackson & Union streets, the Thomas Hill Standpipe, and of course, his home on West Broadway, where there always seems to be a couple of cars parked, with tourists getting a good look at the property.

Another fun video "The Horror Roadsides Show" posted was a visit to a place called "Halloween City" in their hometown of Nashua, New Hampshire. If that just happens to be your favorite holiday, it is worth the trip to check this store out. Simply amazing!

People Posing In Front Of Stephen King's House

On any given day, you can see lots of people heading to West Broadway in Bangor, to get a glimpse at the home of the legendary author.

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