Museums of Old York

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The friendly white lady who haunts this museum is said to be the spirit of a woman who long ago was hung here for witchcraft, when the building used to be the town hall. Some call her the “White Witch.” Supernatural activity reported here includes chilly breezes, items moving on their own, and doors opening; also, the lady’s ghost has been seen. Oddly enough, the children at the daycare across the street have said that sometimes a nice lady in white comes to play with them at recess.

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207 York St
York, ME 03909
United States

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43.14386047182318, -70.65089008287276
York County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
York Harbor, ME (0.6 mi.)
York Beach, ME (2.8 mi.)
Cape Neddick, ME (3.8 mi.)
Kittery Point, ME (5.1 mi.)
Kittery, ME (5.8 mi.)
New Castle, NH (5.9 mi.)
South Eliot, ME (6.8 mi.)
Portsmouth, NH (7.5 mi.)
Eliot, ME (7.5 mi.)
Ogunquit, ME (7.7 mi.)

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