Maiden's Cliff

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A girl is said to have fallen on the rocks below here while chasing her windblown hat. Some reports say she died instantly; others say she was taken home and died later of internal injuries. The spot is marked by a large white cross. Her screams are said to echo on the wind.

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    Geographic Information

    Camden Hills State Park
    Camden, ME
    United States

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    44.256521286868654, -69.0947776435496
    Knox County, Maine
    Nearest Towns:
    Hope, ME (3.2 mi.)
    Camden, ME (3.6 mi.)
    Lincolnville, ME (4.6 mi.)
    Rockport, ME (5.1 mi.)
    Appleton, ME (8.0 mi.)
    Northport, ME (8.7 mi.)
    Searsmont, ME (8.8 mi.)
    Union, ME (9.4 mi.)
    Islesboro, ME (10.1 mi.)
    Rockland, ME (10.6 mi.)


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    1. Staying in an old, renovated hotel on the east side of the highway in Camden in1997, I had a pretty terrifying experience. In my half-sleep, I was told about some twin boys, and a girl named Carrie Taylor and a boy named Benjamin Boyd. They were mixed up in some kind of murdering situation, perhaps in a barn. I have never forgotten the names; the story, although detailed at the time, has faded in my memory. I was given the sense that this event happened long ago, perhaps the seventeenth century.

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