If you're into ghost stories and hauntings, Maine can keep you entertained for days on end. Discover some places that left us with a case of the heebie-jeebies.

ABANDONED ARSENAL IN AUGUSTA

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Stories of underground tunnels, unclaimed corpses and frightening experiments at this former mental hospital was enough to leave anyone with goosebumps. Read all the nitty, gritty details about a very visible landmark in central Maine but don't say we didn't warn you...


 

HAUNTED SCHOOLHOUSE IN BUCKSPORT

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Any schoolhouse that has a cemetery as a neighbor is already off to a hot, haunted start. Then you find out that cemetery actually holds the secrets to a forgotten group called the "red paint" people of Maine. Take a look inside this creepshow and remember that school isn't so bad after all.


 

HAUNTINGS AT BIDDEFORD'S CITY THEATER

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Drama and comedy can be expected at any good theater, there's just an expectation that it'll be performed by the living and not the dead. Come face to face with the story of Eva Gray, the fallen actress who died on Hallows Eve but still enjoys the occasional standing ovation from an audience...an audience that could include your soul.


 

THE BRIDGE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH IN MILLINOCKET

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The legend of the "white lady" of Millinocket feels like its from the imagination of Stephen King. Instead, dozens of witness encounters make it feel less supernatural and more like a reality. Say "I Do" to reading the goose bump inducing tale of a new bride's untimely demise.


TALES FROM THE CRYPT IN LEWISTON

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Inn at the Agora made worldwide news for allowing guests a chance to sleep in the crypt room of a former priest that was buried with his church. Take a look inside the room, and your potential resting place, if you even dare to spend a night amongst the angels and demons.