The Haunted Inn

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Foot steps up and down the stairs, doors open and closing lights turning on and off things disappearing for several days then reappearing in the same spot, cold spots black shadows, hearing conversations from a far

(Submitted by Laura)

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Pleasant and Webster
Springvale, ME
United States

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43.4648856633193, -70.7920733168612
York County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Springvale, ME (0.2 mi.)
Sanford, ME (2.0 mi.)
Alfred, ME (3.8 mi.)
South Sanford, ME (4.5 mi.)
Lebanon, ME (5.7 mi.)
Shapleigh, ME (5.9 mi.)
Waterboro, ME (6.2 mi.)
Acton, ME (7.6 mi.)
Milton Mills, NH (9.0 mi.)
Milton, NH (10.6 mi.)


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  1. Having owned property near the old college campus in Springdale I spent a lot of time out that neck of the woods . Never spent any time in this building but Riverside Cemetery just down the road a bit has a history of physical spirit contact . Including a teen , in company of friends , was lifted up , feet of ground , a literally tossed several yards away . I was called in to investigate this case and it appears that it is authentic .

  2. A bar and grill with one pool table; not a pool hall. The Ponderosa is an old name for this establishment. Cedaredge Paranormal history abounds in Colorado, but you’ll have to chat with the locals about it since it’s not exactly a well-known tourist attraction.

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