Posts Tagged ‘apples

14
Aug
11

Camden

Another tour in Camden tonight, but no ghost activity at the apple tree!

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10
Aug
11

Camden Maine Ghost part two

We discovered this ghost in the apple tree a couple of years ago, just about this time of year.  Apples were falling from the tree during an unrelated story and a guest was joking about there being a ghost in the tree. She took a picture and captured an incredible orb in the tree! You can see her photo on our “Ghostly Sightings” page. As she was walking away, she said goodbye to the ghost and one lone apple plopped to the ground, as if in response.

We’ve now incorporated that story into the tour, and the last few weeks, our guests have been seeing strange things going on in the apple tree. One guest saw an apple go out from the tree sideways, before dropping to the ground! Another saw an apple already on the ground roll uphill – what?  As we were leaving one evening, I said goodbye to the ghost and thanked it for sharing. A picture taken at that moment shows an orb in the tree!

So last night I was interested to see what might happen when we stopped by the apple tree…  one of the guests saw 3 apples drop straight down and 1 apple go out sideways at the same time! Lots of pictures were taken, so we’ll see what those turn up. I will keep you posted…

09
Aug
11

Camden Ghost in the Apple Tree

Tonight I’m leading the Camden Red Cloak Haunted History Tour unexpectedly, and I’m excited! The ghost of the apple tree there has been showing off lately, so I’m eager to see what’s in store for tonight! I will fill you in on the whole thing tomorrow….

First, lobster rolls with my family, who’re visiting Maine this week!

09
Oct
10

It’s a long weekend! The colors are beautiful, the sun is shining and there’s a fest of some sort in every midcoast town! We have several tours going on every evening this weekend – join us after your fun filled day of pumpkins, train rides, scarecrows, apples, etc.!

01
Oct
10

Fall in New England…beautiful leaves, cool air, crisp apples and wonderful places full of rich history. I hope everyone is enjoying all of it!