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Welcome, and please feel free to navigate around the site.  The pages can be accessed by the bar to the left.   The latest edition is a new Book Page that offers in depth books published on the Historical Murder Mysteries investigated on this site, as well as a History of Bucksport.  

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Maine Supernatural

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The almost mythic Witch's Leg, Maine's most well known Urban Legend?
 
 

The more I dig into Bucksport's History, the more subjects I get for wild books.  If you think about it, you have the witch's curse, a wildly believed and never dared disputed made up story by a news reporter in town to cover the Sarah Ware Murder investigation in 1898. 
You have a elephant named Charlie that ran amuck in 1892, for 2 weeks. 
You have a Sea Captain that was convicted of murdering 3 and burning their home down. 
Then if you really dig deep, you find that the town is actually built on a Red Paint Cemetery and the first Archaeological Dig in the State of Maine, maybe the Country was at Indian Point, where the Mill stands today. 


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