Maine State Prison

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Some equipment used at this prison came from an old prison in Thomaston, which was reported to be haunted. When that prison was torn down, its equipment was recycled for use at Maine State Prison. Correction officers at the new prison have seen spirits of former inmates and have had uneasy feelings of being watched at night when there alone. The activity seems to be connected to the Industries Building.

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Geographic Information

807 Cushing Rd
Warren, ME 04864
United States

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44.06440148517762, -69.23074085350345
Knox County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Thomaston, ME (2.6 mi.)
Cushing, ME (3.2 mi.)
Saint George, ME (3.7 mi.)
Warren, ME (3.9 mi.)
South Thomaston, ME (5.2 mi.)
Rockland, ME (6.6 mi.)
Waldoboro, ME (7.5 mi.)
Friendship, ME (7.6 mi.)
Owls Head, ME (8.7 mi.)
Union, ME (10.4 mi.)


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