Anderson Cemetery

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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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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    Off River Road
    Windham, ME
    United States

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    GPS:
    43.7140698, -70.39565829999998
    County:
    Cumberland County, Maine
    Nearest Towns:
    Little Falls, ME (2.0 mi.)
    South Windham, ME (2.1 mi.)
    Westbrook, ME (2.8 mi.)
    Gorham, ME (3.4 mi.)
    South Portland Gardens, ME (6.6 mi.)
    Falmouth, ME (7.7 mi.)
    Portland, ME (7.9 mi.)
    Standish, ME (8.0 mi.)
    Buxton, ME (8.1 mi.)
    North Windham, ME (8.6 mi.)

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    1. I have pictures of ghost that I have taken, I will never go back down there. Also have heard people walking next to our group and often times children singing

    2. When I was there with some friends we parked my car and walked to the back of the cemetery. We walked back to the mausoleum and when we came back to my car, my front door was wide open. All the other doors were locked and I had closed my door myself and others had seen me close my door.

    3. All I have to say is, DO NOT MESS WITH THIS PLACE. I had a couple of friends think this would be a great place to make out. They were followed around the Cemetery. They were touched by something repeatedly. They were chased away from the farm house near by. What ever it was, it followed him home. Ripped curtains in his house down. Slammed cabinets and doors. Made lots of noise around his apartment and finally drove him to call a paranormal expert in for an exorcism. The young lady who did the exocism was attacked showing physical cuts and bruises after the first try. The second attempt seemed to work.

      • My family and I had an very similar experience. And it followed us home as well. We need contact a doctor of metaphysics. To help us get rid of it. That cemetery is real deal stay out . Do any of you have native American ? We do

    4. I have been here many times and nothing has ever followed me home or my friends. You go and be respectful and let them know you are not there to do harm just to visit and pay respect. I have pictures of this place and have kept the pictures in storage. I think this place is beautiful and plan on taking my boyfriend who is from down south here.I speak highly of Anderson Cemetery and tell people of it often. Remember when going some place there are spirits let them know you are no there to disturb and you are there to pay your respects to the ones who have passed on.

    5. hey so the reason peoples cars mice or whatever is because cults go there. they don’t do much but do that to scare people. It is pretty haunted but if your car gets messed up it’s because of a cult

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