Greenville Inn at Moosehead Lake

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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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Norris St
Greenville, ME 04441
United States

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45.45973841917701, -69.58700592988589
Piscataquis County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Greenville, ME (0.2 mi.)
Monson, ME (12.6 mi.)
Blanchard, ME (13.3 mi.)
Willimantic, ME (13.7 mi.)
The Forks, ME (20.3 mi.)
West Forks, ME (22.2 mi.)
Bowerbank, ME (22.3 mi.)
Guilford, ME (22.4 mi.)
Sangerville, ME (23.3 mi.)
Kingsbury, ME (23.7 mi.)

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  1. Danielle Dennison  |  

    I stayed here when I was a kid, maybe 7 or 8 years old. I can remember waking up and being confused why my jacket that had been on a hanger had moved places, coat rack and all. Didn’t think too much of it then, but the memory always stuck with me.

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