Search Our Sites: We Entered the Word ‘Haunted’ & Got These Results
Our new series 'Search Our Sites' shows you what's on our pages. We used the key word, "haunted" and got the scary stuff you're looking for. Here are the chilling posts.
A haunted gravestone, a gruesome unsolved murder, and a cemetery dating back to a lost native tribe of Red Paint People are just some of the things that haunt this town.
I can get captured into those shows where experts go searching for paranormal activity. I found an interesting series on YouTube called 'Maine's Most Haunted', it's from the East Coast Ghost Trackers, and one of the webisodes takes us to Fort Knox.
The Presque Isle Historical Society is starting to “scare” up volunteers for its 6th annual Haunted Lantern Tours.
The Governor Hill Mansion (136 State Street, Augusta, Maine) was built in 1901 by John F. Hill, the 45th governor of Maine. Built of yellow brick with granite trim, it was built by Maine architect John Calvin Stevens... And it is reportedly HAUNTED.