Haunted Places in Dallas, Maine



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    U. of Maine at Farmington - Auditorium

    Farmington, Maine

    30.3 miles from Dallas, ME

    The university's auditorium is haunted by Lilian Nordica, a famed opera singer; the auditorium was dedicated to the school in her name. Folks say she can be heard singing from the stage.


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    Mallett Hall

    Farmington, Maine

    30.3 miles from Dallas, ME

    Haunts at Mallet Hall include a little girl known to some as Mary and a dorm mother who is said to have hanged herself. Also, the basement and the 3rd floor are both said to be home to particularly dark forces.


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    Wilton Farm and Home Museum

    Wilton, Maine

    32.5 miles from Dallas, ME

    People have reported being touched and brushed against by people they can't see. Yelling voices and musical instruments being played have also been reported in the museum. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Balsams Grand Resort Hotel

    Colebrook, New Hampshire

    37.8 miles from Dallas, ME

    The early 1900s Balsams Grand Resort Hotel became an active haunt hot spot after renovations were made. Ghostly residents who reside here include a beautiful woman who sits in a chair just beyond the landing, a translucent naked man who stood at the foot of the bed of a guest ...


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    Strand Cinema

    Skowhegan, Maine

    44 miles from Dallas, ME

    This movie house was built in 1929, and became Strand Cinema in 2003. Some say it is home to a ghost who is very angry. The phenomena surrounding the place are said to have begun in 1978 when an apartment was added to the building. Workers took the brunt of ...


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    West Side Lake George

    Skowhegan, Maine

    49.8 miles from Dallas, ME

    Unexplained activity abounds near the camp's cabins. When a group of children came across one old cabin in the woods, each one looked through the windows and saw something different. In one instant there appeared to be a game room inside, with folded chairs around the room. In the next, ...


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    Readfield Historical Society and Museum

    Readfield, Maine

    52.4 miles from Dallas, ME

    This building is haunted by a young schoolgirl and a hostile presence, believed to be a male. Whispering noises, moans and screams have been heard in the building, along with disembodied footsteps. A visitor was attacked by an unseen entity. Electrical appliances go on and off, and chairs and desks ...


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    Mount Saint Joseph

    Waterville, Maine

    54.4 miles from Dallas, ME

    Mount Saint Jospeh is a nursing home that used to be a children's hospital. The site appears to be haunted by children's spirits. Different residents in the nursing home, having never met before, have reported a little girl in a purple dress who keeps them awake all night. Many of ...


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    The Devil's Footprint

    Manchester, Maine

    55.8 miles from Dallas, ME

    Embedded in a stone in the wall around a cemetery near the North Manchester Meeting House, the Devil's Footprint is a mark of great curiosity. Stories say that when the road was being built, the construction workers came across a rock that couldn't be moved. One worker is said to ...


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    Greenville Inn at Moosehead Lake

    Greenville, Maine

    57 miles from Dallas, ME

    Some weird goings-on have been reported at this inn. A beautiful young woman's apparition has been seen, and she is said to be a friendly ghost. It is also worth noting that the inn may have a talented ghost: Unexplained tap dancing has been heard in Room 302.


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  • Ghosts of Acadia
    Marcus LiBrizzi
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    Auburn Public Library

    Auburn, Maine

    64.1 miles from Dallas, ME

    The 1903 library is haunted by a ghostly smiling man. Staff have reportedly seen him staring down at them from inside the building, but upon investigation, the place is empty. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Hotel Crypt

    Lewiston, Maine

    64.6 miles from Dallas, ME

    Welcome to The Hotel Crypt, the only attraction of its kind in America -- possibly the world. In 1907, Father Wallace, the first priest of St. Patrick's Church in Lewiston, Maine, was laid to rest in a crypt below the church's mortuary chapel. Today, except for the ...


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    The Spalding Inn

    Whitefield, New Hampshire

    65.1 miles from Dallas, ME

    The Spalding Inn, formerly the Cherry Hill House, is owned by Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, stars of TV's Ghost Hunters. The 1860s inn is believed to be haunted, proven by apparitions, shadowy figures, odd noises, whispers, and hot spots. Room #38, the kitchen and the Carriage House are said ...


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    Eagle Mountain House and Golf Club

    Jackson, New Hampshire

    65.8 miles from Dallas, ME

    Although the original structure was built in 1879, it has been expanded quite a bit since those days. It was rebuilt after a fire in the early 20th century. A ghostly Lady in Red and the apparition of a little boy both make occasional appearances here, according to reports.


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    Randolph Forest - Old Narrow Gauge Trail

    Randolph, Maine

    65.8 miles from Dallas, ME

    From the forest, witnesses have reported voices calling out to them, or screaming at them, and have seen orbs, flashes, and dark shadows. They have heard footsteps and felt a feeling of dread. Some say there is a spirit named Bicycle Eddie who may be trying to impart a message ...


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    Christmas Farm Inn and Spa

    Jackson, New Hampshire

    66 miles from Dallas, ME

    This inn complex, originally opened in the 1880s, contains some buildings that are as old as the late 1770s. It is rumored to be haunted, and the staff can advise curious guests as to where the hot spots are. The inn has been featured on TV's Ghost Hunters.


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    Green Mountain Lodge

    Brighton, Vermont

    66.1 miles from Dallas, ME

    The 1860's Green Mountain Lodge, formerly the Clyde River Hotel, is rumoured to be haunted. The third floor appears to be the main source of paranormal activity, due to the fact that many unusual accidents and deaths have occurred up there. The most common apparition is that of a ...


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    The Inn at Jackson

    Jackson, New Hampshire

    66.5 miles from Dallas, ME

    The inn was built in 1902 as the summer home of Kate Corinne Baldwin, of Baldwin piano fame. It is believed to be haunted by a ghost some call Jason. Unexplained glowing lights are said to appear and disappear here. Room 2 is often described as the most active for ...


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    Route 26 Hitchhiker

    Poland, Maine

    66.7 miles from Dallas, ME

    The glowing ghost of Route 26 is a hitchhiker, a young lady in a fancy dress. Some tales tell that she was a bride who was killed in a fatal accident in the 1930s; others say she was a teen on her way to the prom. Another version says she ...


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    Mount Washington Hotel

    Carroll, New Hampshire

    67.1 miles from Dallas, ME

    Room 314 is said to be the hotbed of haunted activity in this hotel. Allegedly haunted by Carolyn Stickney, the wife of the original owner. There have been reports of her being sighted since shortly following her death. She has been seen variously walking the halls, brushing ...


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    Poland Spring Resort

    Poland, Maine

    67.7 miles from Dallas, ME

    Reportedly haunted by the original owner, people claim they have seen his apparition walking the hallways, that they hear his footsteps and that he moves objects in the Inn.


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    North Bowdoin Cemetery - Cemetery in the Pit

    Bowdoin, Maine

    67.7 miles from Dallas, ME

    Rumored to have been buried here in the 1800s is a woman who practiced witchcraft. Some say she was buried near a big stump, and if a star appears in the stump, it means the witch is roaming the grounds with you. It is said that there is a curse ...


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    Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke

    Sherbrooke, Qu├ębec

    70.9 miles from Dallas, ME

    Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke is reported to be a hot spot for paranormal activity, including soldiers' apparitions, strange lights, shadow shapes and unexplained feelings of being watched, loneliness, sadness and uneasiness.


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    Admiral Peary Inn

    Fryeburg, Maine

    71.1 miles from Dallas, ME

    A 7- or 8-year-old girl's ghost is said to haunt the Admiral Peary House. The apparition is called Annabelle, because a visiting psychic claimed this was the child's name.


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    The Notchland Inn

    Hart's Location, New Hampshire

    72.5 miles from Dallas, ME

    A tombstone in the inn's front parlor reads "1778. Nancy Barton. Died in a snowstorm in pursuit of her faithless lover." Nancy's is a well-known local legend. When her fiance ran off with her dowry, she suspected which way he had gone and followed him on foot. The man had ...


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    Burke Green Cemetery

    Burke, Vermont

    72.8 miles from Dallas, ME

    Burke Green or Burke Hollow Cemetery is believed to be haunted by something that watches passersby at night, whether they are passing on foot or in a car. Strange movement has been reported here as well.


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    Union Church - Durham Historical Society

    Durham, Maine

    73.2 miles from Dallas, ME

    According to members of the local historical society, the 1835 church-turned-museum is haunted by a ghostly parishioner. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    West Durham Methodist Church

    Durham, Maine

    75.1 miles from Dallas, ME

    The historic church was built on the site of a meeting ground used since 1802, and is rumoured to be haunted. Visitors to the building have reportedly been locked in by an unseen presence, an event which has occurred on several occasions. Interestingly, the church is located adjacent to ...


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    Royalsborough Inn - Bagley House

    Durham, Maine

    75.7 miles from Dallas, ME

    The 1770's bed and breakfast inn is supposedly haunted by a ghostly maid. The owners at the time had considered her a gossiper, and refused to let her leave the premises to go into town. Nowadays, guests have reported hearing a ghostly female voice, whilst others (in particular male ...


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    Stark Cemetery

    Conway, New Hampshire

    76.4 miles from Dallas, ME

    Reports say that at this cemetery, which glows at night, two large red eyes appear and follow visitors up and down Stark Road.


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  • The Haunted Fort
    Liza Gardner Walsh
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    Beal House Inn

    Littleton, New Hampshire

    76.7 miles from Dallas, ME

    Originally built as a farmhouse in 1833, Mrs. Beal's inn was born 100 years later. It is said to be haunted; witnesses have described male voices, mysterious shadows, and a warm sensation.


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    Sugar Hill Inn

    Sugar Hill, New Hampshire

    79.5 miles from Dallas, ME

    At the historic Sugar Hill Inn, guests have been surprised to see an elderly couple enter the inn and float right through a set of closed doors. The shadow of a man also appears near where Mr. Oakes, a former owner, passed away.


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    Five Stones of River Road

    Brunswick, Maine

    79.5 miles from Dallas, ME

    The 5 mysterious stones have no known purpose, but those who love nearby say that on moonlit nights, singing voices can be heard around them. Some say they are the voices of long-gone Native Americans who lived here long ago.


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    Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum

    Brunswick, Maine

    80.5 miles from Dallas, ME

    The museum is named for a former owner, Civil War general, Bowdoin College president, and Maine Governor Joshua L. Chamberlain. Built around 1924, the Greek Revival home is still home to Chamberlain and his wife Fanny, some say. Their apparitions have been seen in the house many times, as well ...


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    Pickard Theatre - Bowdoin College

    Brunswick, Maine

    80.6 miles from Dallas, ME

    At the Pickard Theater at Bowdoin College, a technician reported seeing a lamp swinging although there was no ventilation in the room, and feeling extremely cold.


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    St. Joseph's College Chapel

    Standish, Maine

    81 miles from Dallas, ME

    The young ghost in residence here was the son of a family who once owned this land. The son was buried at the chapel. Witnesses have reported hearing him playing and laughing. Another child's spirit haunts the pond. It's said that she drowned while playing too close to the water. ...


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    Governor Smith House

    Wiscasset, Maine

    81.4 miles from Dallas, ME

    The historic house, a private home, is said to have 3 ghosts: an elderly lady, a Penobscot Indian, and a dog named Guy. The lady has been seen upstairs, waving from the window, or rocking in the parlor. The dog scratches at doors, and living cats stop and stare as ...


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    Musical Wonder House Museum

    Wiscasset, Maine

    81.4 miles from Dallas, ME

    Original a two-family home built in 1852, this museum is said to be haunted by a young man in his early 20s. His apparition has been seen around the museum, and it is believed that he was a former resident of the house long ago.


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    Canfield's Restaurant

    Wiscasset, Maine

    81.5 miles from Dallas, ME

    Built in the 1790s to be a boardinghouse, the building that now houses Canfield's Restaurant is said to be haunted by a poltergeist. Witnesses say teapots are turned topsy-turvy, chairs move around, and the some witnesses are smacked in the behind. Believed to be Lydia Dana, a previous owner, she ...


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    Chute Road Cemetery

    Windham, Maine

    85.8 miles from Dallas, ME

    According to old tales, two young sisters went missing nearby. The belief it that they may have fallen into a defunct well or mine shaft. Although their bodies were never found, they each have a tombstone in the cemetery. Folks have spotted the two ghost girls playing in front of ...


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  • Haunted Cemeteries Across The USA
    Gregory Branson-Trent
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    Inwood Manor

    Barnet, Vermont

    86.1 miles from Dallas, ME

    Reported to be closed, the Manor was known to be haunted by the ghosts of a woman and her child who drowned in the nearby Connecticut River. Renovations are said to awaken the woman's ghost, who appears as a smiling lady in a candy-striped dress. She is apparently happy when ...


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    The Old Red Church

    Standish, Maine

    87 miles from Dallas, ME

    This church was built in the late 18th century, and has been the source of many hauntings. Mysterious voices and the sound of something being dragged across the roof of the church are some of the many paranormal occurrences that have taken place here. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Parsonsfield Seminary

    Parsonsfield, Maine

    87.4 miles from Dallas, ME

    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. ...


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    Maiden's Cliff

    Camden, Maine

    88.2 miles from Dallas, ME

    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 ...


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    Anderson Cemetery

    Windham, Maine

    89 miles from Dallas, ME

    Visitors to the cemetery, located on River Road, have returned to their parked cars to find tricks have been played on them. Some find that their vehicles have moved 5 or 6 feet forward or backward; others find their car doors standing wide open.


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    Harpswell Harbor

    Harpswell, Maine

    89.6 miles from Dallas, ME

    A famous phantom ship was said to appear just before dark. It was depicted in the John Greenleaf Whittier's 1866 poem "The Dead Ship of Harpswell." The ship changed size and shape, but always appeared sailing straight ahead at full sail, no matter what the weather was like. Legends say ...


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    The Opera House at Boothbay Harbor

    Boothbay Harbor, Maine

    91.3 miles from Dallas, ME

    It is said that at the Boothbay Opera House, the ghost of an unknown soul haunts a room on the second floor.


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    Maine State Prison

    Cushing, Maine

    91.7 miles from Dallas, ME

    Some equipment used at this prison came from an old prison in Thomaston, which was reported to be haunted. When that prison was torn down, its equipment was recycled for use at Maine State Prison. Correction officers at the new prison have seen spirits of former inmates and have had ...


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    Pitcher Man - Goose River Bridge

    Rockport, Maine

    91.9 miles from Dallas, ME

    Legend has it that William Richardson threw a 1783 party to celebrate the end of the Revolutionary War. He drunk more than his fill and made sure everyone else did too, carrying pitchers around and making sure mugs were always full. He is said to have wandered off from the ...


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    Fort William Henry - Colonial Pemaquid

    Bristol, Maine

    92.6 miles from Dallas, ME

    A ghost is said to live at this popular historic tourist attraction. In 1696, Native American Chief Taukolexis was said to be hanged here at the fort. Locals say that his ghost now resides in the tree from which he was hanged. His spirit also is said to appear as ...


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