Camp Farnsworth

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In Keushk, the camp’s theater and gathering hall, witnesses have reported cold spots and feelings of uneasiness. Also, the apparition of a woman has been seen holding a kerosene lamp and walking slowly between the living areas. Locals call her The Lady of the Lamp and accept her as the camp’s matron.

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Camp Farnsworth Road
Thetford, VT
United States

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43.82702159999999, -72.23929190000001
Orange County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Lyme, NH (4.3 mi.)
Lyme Town Offices, NH (4.6 mi.)
Orford, NH (7.3 mi.)
Fairlee, VT (7.3 mi.)
Norwich, VT (8.4 mi.)
Hanover, NH (9.0 mi.)
Wilder, VT (11.2 mi.)
Piermont, NH (12.6 mi.)
Bradford, VT (12.7 mi.)
Lebanon, NH (12.8 mi.)


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  1. When I was in girlscout camp in Farnsworth me and my troop were staying in travaris when at about 2 am we heard a woman’s voice we peeked out the window and saw a woman when we went and got a adult she was gone it was terrafieing

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