Haunted houses in Maine, not just popular around the Halloween trick or treating spot on the calendar.
In our job listing, marketing and selling Maine real estate, we have the topic come up about spooks on the premises.
And some would argue, if the Maine house is haunted, does that raise the value or hurt it?
Depends if you are Stephen King, someone making a movie.
Or writing a book with the desire to find a property listing in Maine with a spooky history.
Often the stories around the haunted house in Maine are passed around, embellished. Added to big time like anything heard on the grapevine. People like a good tale. To chew the fat and discuss things.
Make it entertaining. Or just contribute something to the story thread. True or not is not so critical for idle chatter. To stay in the spotlight.
Down at the barber shop, sitting on a stool munching at the local Maine diner. Or while grabbing an armful of essentials at the corner Piggly Wiggly convenience corner store. Killing time in line at the check out.
And over a long Maine winter, there is plenty of time to tap into the imagination.
Haunted houses tales from past folklore and the local rumor mill shared.
While playing cribbage, ice fishing or watching a hockey puck, maybe an orange ball. So back to haunted houses in Maine you ask?