Univ. of Maine - Beta Theta Pi House

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This house is said to have two ghosts, one a young man who hanged himself after fighting with his brother in the 1950s, and a friendly ghost named Evelyn. Evelyn was a dorm mother in the 1950s who is said to have died of natural causes in the house. She has been known to give the fraternity brothers her opinion about their girlfriends.

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Geographic Information

12 Munson Road
Orono, ME
United States

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44.9021616, -68.67255999999998
Penobscot County, Maine
Nearest Towns:
Webster, ME (1.1 mi.)
Orono, ME (1.3 mi.)
Bradley, ME (2.5 mi.)
Old Town, ME (2.6 mi.)
Milford, ME (3.3 mi.)
Veazie, ME (4.7 mi.)
Eddington, ME (5.3 mi.)
Brewer, ME (8.5 mi.)
Bangor, ME (8.7 mi.)
Alton, ME (9.3 mi.)


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