Summerseat Farm

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Summerseat Farm is believed to be haunted and has been investigated by ghost hunters, who found lights had come on after they had turned them off. Visitors have witnessed bed covers that move on their own and a rosary that swung by itself. The property includes a family cemetery that contains a Confederate soldier’s grave.

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26655 Three Notch Rd
Mechanicsville, MD
United States

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38.395948, -76.663724
St. Mary's County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Mechanicsville, MD (5.4 mi.)
Golden Beach, MD (6.6 mi.)
Broomes Island, MD (6.7 mi.)
Leonardtown, MD (7.4 mi.)
Benedict, MD (7.9 mi.)
Charlotte Hall, MD (8.5 mi.)
Saint Leonard, MD (10.1 mi.)
California, MD (10.7 mi.)
Prince Frederick, MD (10.9 mi.)
Calvert Beach, MD (11.2 mi.)

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