Ayers Island Mill

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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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99 Ayers Island
Orono, ME 04473
United States

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44.873084815340576, -68.67107176767604
Penobscot County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Orono, ME (0.7 mi.)
Webster, ME (1.1 mi.)
Veazie, ME (2.9 mi.)
Eddington, ME (3.4 mi.)
Bradley, ME (3.9 mi.)
Old Town, ME (4.4 mi.)
Milford, ME (5.2 mi.)
Brewer, ME (6.9 mi.)
Bangor, ME (7.2 mi.)
Holden, ME (8.3 mi.)


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  1. My husband went on a canoeing trip recently, and came upon Ayers Island. But never heard of it. So he thought that island was a nice place to stay for the night. While their, he said he seen a white male wearing all white clothes, and he was pulling a brown horse around the building. Once he got home and told me about it, I looked it up online. As of now, their are no horses on that island, but years ago their use to be work horses. And years ago, the factory would bleach all the clothes pure white before shredding them. So the guy in white, and the brown horse was actuially ghosts.

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