Haunted Places in Washington County, Maine



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    In the meantime, here's a list of all haunted places within 100 miles of Washington County, Maine.



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    The Algonquin

    Saint Andrews, New Brunswick

    28.1 miles from Washington County, ME

    The 1889 Algonquin Resort is home to many ghosts. One is an old bellhop who has been known to assist guests to their rooms, telling them about the hotel and town, but disappearing before he can be tipped. The hotel also has a phantom night watchman whose keys clank as ...

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    Charlotte County Court House

    Saint Andrews, New Brunswick

    28.3 miles from Washington County, ME

    The Charlotte County Court House (called in French the Palais de justice du comté de Charlotte) is the oldest one still in continuous use in Canada, built in 1840. It's haunted by convicts who were executed here, who materialize as cold spots and a feeling of being watched. One angry ...

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    Elsa's Inn

    Gouldsboro, Maine

    44.4 miles from Washington County, ME

    At Elsa's Inn a maid reported strange noises and Victorian music throughout the inn. However she thinks these ghostly happenings are of a friendly apparitions and she likes the beautiful, and slightly creepy music orchestra that plays at night. (Submitted by Josh)

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    Coach Stop Inn

    Bar Harbor, Maine

    50.2 miles from Washington County, ME

    Built in 1804, the Coach Stop Inn was an actual coach stop and is said to be haunted by ghosts from its past. Witnesses say the lights flicker and unexplained children's voices can be heard. Objects have been moved, and doors will lock on guests after they leave the doors ...

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    Penobscot Indian Reservation

    Old Town, Maine

    51 miles from Washington County, ME

    The reservation is said to be haunted by the spirit of an evil man who died more than a century ago. It is said that he strove to rule the area, and he cruelly dominated the Native American woman he married.

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    The Lucerne Inn

    Dedham, Maine

    51.9 miles from Washington County, ME

    Reports vary on who and why the Lucerne Inn is haunted. Some people claim that there was double murder-suicide that took place here when a man caught his wife cheating. Details of the catching and the man vary from story to story with his name changing with the ...

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    Univ. of Maine - Beta Theta Pi House

    Orono, Maine

    52.2 miles from Washington County, ME

    This house is said to have two ghosts, one a young man who hanged himself after fighting with his brother in the 1950s, and a friendly ghost named Evelyn. Evelyn was a dorm mother in the 1950s who is said to have died of natural causes in the house. She ...

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    Ayers Island Mill

    Orono, Maine

    52.4 miles from Washington County, ME

    A worker whose death accidental death occurred under mysterious circumstances and a little girl murdered by her father are said to haunt here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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    Route 2A

    Wytopitlock, Maine

    64.7 miles from Washington County, ME

    There's a song based on this road called "A Tombstone Every Mile"; it about sums up the tragedy that has occurred here. A woman is commonly seen begging for people to stop, screaming that her husband is trapped in the carnage of what was once their vehicle. She vanishes when ...

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    Swan's Island

    Swans Island, Maine

    69.1 miles from Washington County, ME

    This tiny island off Maine's coast is said to be haunted by a woman who carries a baby; both she herself and her footprints have been sighted. Also fiery balls, sometimes with faces, have been seen floating over the beaches.

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    Christ Church Cathedral

    Fredericton, New Brunswick

    83 miles from Washington County, ME

    Christ Church Cathedral is said to have a veiled female specter who walks down Church Street and comes in at the west door. She is said to be the second wife of the Rev. John Medley, who built the cathedral in the 1800s. Some witnesses have seen and/or heard the ...