Haunted Damariscotta: Ghosts of the Twin Villages and Beyond

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Whispers and shadows from the past linger in and around Damariscotta. Mary Howe might have been buried alive in a mystic trance in the late 1800s. Displeased with such a claustrophobic and premature end, her spirit is said to haunt the cemetery to this day. Did the ghost of pirate Johnny Orr reveal a fortune in gold? Does the Lady of Ladd's Hill move objects and bump around in the night? When things go missing in Sheepscot Village, there may be a little ghost named Abernathy to blame. Spectral apparitions also abide in nearby Newcastle, and the towns of Lincoln County have an abundance of supernatural occurrences. Investigative reporter Greg Latimer uncovers the history behind these seemingly unexplainable stories.
ISBN: 9781626193055
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Maine
Series: Haunted America
Images: 72
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Award-winning investigative reporter Greg Latimer has been seeking answers for over thirty years beginning with the daily Herald Examiner in Los Angeles and now with the Lincoln County News in Damariscotta, Maine. He has investigated serial killings, crime syndicates, chemical spills and more. Now, as an author for The History Press, he has turned his attention to mysteries of the paranormal and beyond. He resides in Waldoboro, Maine, with his wife Sally and their "watch kittie, " Callie.
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