The Haunted Inn

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Foot steps up and down the stairs, doors open and closing lights turning on and off things disappearing for several days then reappearing in the same spot, cold spots black shadows, hearing conversations from a far

(Submitted by Laura)

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Geographic Information

Address:
Pleasant and Webster
Springvale, ME
United States

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GPS:
43.4648856633193, -70.7920733168612
County:
York County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Springvale, ME (0.2 mi.)
Sanford, ME (2.0 mi.)
Alfred, ME (3.8 mi.)
South Sanford, ME (4.5 mi.)
Lebanon, ME (5.7 mi.)
Shapleigh, ME (5.9 mi.)
Waterboro, ME (6.2 mi.)
Acton, ME (7.6 mi.)
Milton Mills, NH (9.0 mi.)
Milton, NH (10.6 mi.)

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