Parsonsfield Seminary

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Sounds are heard in both buildings. The dorm is 46 rooms. Doors are open and closed, footsteps, talking, and children are heard day or night. 3 rd floor you can feel touching and they will play with long hair. EVPs and photos are caught on a regular basis. The school house 2nd and 3rd floor you can hear laughter and footsteps. People have been pushed on the stairs going up to the 3rd floor. It’s gotten so that people that go there do so in pairs now.

(Submitted by Barbara W.)

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Geographic Information

504 North Road
Parsonsfield, ME
United States

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43.76250495825739, -70.9383811355292
York County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Porter, ME (2.3 mi.)
Parsonsfield, ME (2.5 mi.)
Effingham, NH (2.9 mi.)
Freedom, NH (5.9 mi.)
Cornish, ME (7.4 mi.)
Limerick, ME (8.9 mi.)
Newfield, ME (9.1 mi.)
Ossipee, NH (10.4 mi.)
Hiram, ME (10.5 mi.)
Center Ossipee, NH (10.7 mi.)


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