Old Village Inn

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The 1833 inn and restaurant is haunted by a poltergeist who has been known to turn lights on and off. This activity has been confined to Room 2 and Room 6. The basement is also believed to be haunted, as staff have reported feeling an unusual presence and cold spots down there.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

250 Main Street
Ogunquit, ME
United States

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43.250041, -70.59965139999997
York County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Ogunquit, ME (0.1 mi.)
Cape Neddick, ME (4.0 mi.)
Wells Beach Station, ME (5.1 mi.)
York Beach, ME (5.4 mi.)
North Berwick, ME (7.7 mi.)
York Harbor, ME (8.2 mi.)
Kennebunk, ME (9.7 mi.)
Kennebunkport, ME (9.9 mi.)
South Berwick, ME (10.6 mi.)
West Kennebunk, ME (11.0 mi.)


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  1. I stayed here in July 2017 and had some paranormal experiences there. My coffee & tea maker kept getting turned on and off and then a few minutes later it stopped. It felt as someone pushed me down the stairs to the first floor. Had an intelligent spirit answering my questions with taps on the furniture. And felt a strange presence in Room 4 where I saw a ghostly image pass through a mirror.

  2. I stayed here in July 2017 as well in room 2. I had significant electronic interference and the EMF reader went crazy in the front right corner of the sitting room and then would go off in other areas upon request. There is a pulsating spot in both walk through videos as well as skipping and blinking out in the video, which I have hosted on YouTube.

  3. We stayed october 2017. Was in room 6 for 5 days with nothing to report. Then moved to room 2 for 3 days. On the 1st night I did a k2 sweep, and it was flat. About 10pm that 1st night the k2 meter started pegging red, It was setting on the mantle about chest high. I picked it up and it seemed to be the entire room. I kind of walked around the room trying to follow it, and when I got to the spare door going into the hallway, it just quit. I ran the k2 for the next 3 night and it never blinked once after that one time.

  4. My wife and I had the pleasure of staying there in room 6 for 2 nights in November. Nothing happened until we were leaving. My wife had gone ahead of me and was down stairs. As I was leaving, I said out loud that I was disappointed that nothing out of the ordinary had happened. As I reached for the door, I heard the sound of what seemed to be a short whistle. The TV was off, the windows are closed and by the looks of the number of keys that were left downstairs on the desk, we were the last ones to leave. I have relived that moment many many times and have always come to the same conclusion. I am now a believer!!!!! Feel free to email me.
    Alan Brown

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