In Maine, ghost stories are a dime a dozen. With a history that dates back centuries, it’s no wonder that we’ve got roads, buildings and entire forests haunted by the ghost of some spooky creature or another. Recently, while spending a weekend with some University of Maine grads, we were reminded of one of the spookiest stories to be passed down. If you’ve spent any time at the University of Maine Farmington’s Mallett Hall, you’ve likely encountered some of what we’re telling you about today!

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