If you've seen the original adaption film of Stephen King's Pet Sematary, you don't need us to tell you that one of the more horrifying scenes from the movie involves a small child and a massive tractor trailer.

For many, that scene left a lasting mark on their brain, with a speeding, bright red truck serving as a constant reminder of Gage Creed's demise. It was a surprise to many that the very truck used for that scene was seemingly wasting away in the Maine woods for years.

Everyone loves a good comeback, and that intimidating truck from Pet Sematary is ready for another chance to shine in the spotlight. It will be featured at the Bangor Comic and Toy Con this October.

The Bangor Comic and Toy Con are teaming up with SK Tours of Maine to offer visitors to the convention an up-close-and-personal look at one of the most menacing big rigs in cinema history.

Reddit via MoxieSauce
Reddit via MoxieSauce

Shared on Reddit by MoxieSauce, the poster states that the relic from the original 1989 film was stumbled across during a trip to a junkyard in a tiny town in eastern Maine called Princeton. The pictures shared show the old truck and the custom plate, confirming the vehicle was custom-built for the movie.

Reddit via MoxieSauce
Reddit via MoxieSauce

According to the Scioto Post, a timber hauling company in Princeton are the owners of the iconic piece of movie memorabilia. Murray, Laplant and Sons housed the truck on their property for years, and in a twist for film fans, actually used the custom-built truck to haul items at one point in time.

Now the piece of movie memorabilia is being showcased the way it should be. The Bangor Comic and Toy Con takes place from October 4 through 6 at the Cross Insurance Center. Ticket details can be found here.

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Maine's aviation connection is mostly considered two entities, the Portland Jetport and the Bangor International Airport.

These two facilities unquestionably handle the bulk of the commercial aviation in state. However, there are a number of smaller airports that also help ship people out of Maine.

Here is a look at the 10 busiest airports in Maine.

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