Monthly Archives: October 2016

Haunted Places in Maine

Hay Roll CatHappy Halloween…nothing like a spooky holiday to bring to mind ghosts, goblins, spirits and hauntings. Maine is home to many legendary landmarks, inns and lighthouses – and with history comes hauntings. Often older homes have spirits, those still roaming the earth for unrequited reasons. Some folks are freaked by ghost stories, while others are intrigued and want to know more, want to stay in spirited inns and participate in the paranormal. Others just don’t believe, to quote the Ghost Buster movie, “I ain’t scared of no ghosts.”

Nubble Lighthouse LightsFor those who love a spooky story, and want to lurk in a lighthouse that’s haunted or hope to stay in a spirited bed and breakfast in Maine, here is our list of some allegedly haunted places in Maine… pack your toothbrush, your flashlight and you big boy pants. Check in and check out the spirits as some of these Maine Inns! Boo!

Maine’s Haunted Inns, Landmarks and Lighthouses

wedding-cake-house3The Kennebunk Inn
Captain Fairfield Inn in Kennebunkport
Tides Inn on Goose Rocks Beach
The Shawmut Inn in Kennebunkport
Poland Spring Resort
Admiral Peary Inn in Fryeburg
1794 Watchtide by the Sea
Captain Lindsey House Inn
The 1898 Berry Manor Inn
LimeRock Inn
Fort William Henry in Colonial Pemaquid in Bristol
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The 1804 Coach Stop Inn
The Lucerne Inn
Greenville Inn at Moosehead Lake

Happy Halloween from VisitMaine.net

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Corn Maze-ing in Maine

The fall season is at its peak at Halloween. For visitors coming to Maine in autumn, here is an a-maze-ing activity, aside from leaf peeping and harvest festivals. Corn mazes! Too corny for you?

Gorde and pumpkin displayTake  your family to a corn maze in Maine. Every year, corn maze designs are different, and every farmers corn maze is unique. Most mazers can spend close to an hour navigating through the stalks! No worries though, mazes are designed in two phases for an early exit halfway. And in all honesty, if you think you’re going to freak out, then just walk straight through the stalks until you find the end. No one has ever been lost in a corn maze in Maine.

Late fall is perfect for a weekend tour of Maine with off season pricing at most Maine hotels, inns and resorts.