September 22, 2017
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Quiz: Which fictional Maine town should you live in?

By Seth Koenig, BDN Staff
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Clockwise from top left, author Stephen King holding a sphere representing his book/television show "Under the Dome;" Ice Queen Elsa, played by Georgina Haig, visits Storybrooke in the show "Once Upon A Time;" the fisherman statue from Eastport, where "Murder in Small Town X" was filmed; and actress Angela Lansbury, who starred in "Murder, She Wrote."

Maine’s already a pretty magical place in real-life, when you think about the enchanting forests and majestic coastline, but if you populate the map with all of the fictional towns authors, video game makers and television producers have imagined here, it becomes even more magical.

In the fictional world, Maine is home to everything from the vampires of Collinsport in the soap opera “Dark Shadows” to the Storybrooke princes and princesses of the ABC fairy tale drama “Once Upon A Time.” And, of course, bestselling author Stephen King has made his home state a setting for a number of stories, making up a number of new towns along the way.

Two Pulitzer Prize-winning novels have been set in fictional towns here over the past 15 years.

Who could forget Cabot Cove from the long-running CBS whodunit drama “Murder, She Wrote”?

In which of these fantastical Maine places would you fit in best? Answer the 10 questions below and find out.


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