Posts Tagged ‘Bath


Holiday Time

Hi Everyone, It’s that time of year… I hope you’re all enjoying holiday festivities!

I just wanted to let you know, if you need something a little different for that special someone this year, I am offering Red Cloak Tour gift certificates. These will be applicable for a Haunted History Tour or a Cemetery Tour during 2013.

I will be selling them during the evenings in Wiscasset on Dec. 13 and 20, in Bath on Dec. 14 and in Damariscotta on Dec. 21. Just look for The Lady in the Red Cloak! You can also e-mail me (, call me (207-380-3806) or get in touch via Facebook.

I am offering a special of “6 for the price of 5”, so if you have a large group that you’ve been wanting to bring along on a tour, this is your deal! The cost is $12 each.

Best Holdiay Wishes from Maine,


The Lady in the Red Cloak



Maine Public Safety Pipe and Drum Corp

Steve was determined to protect himself with a necklace made out of 3 whole bulbs of garlic on the Bath Haunted History Tour last night!


What could be better than a Full Moon Maine Ghost Tour?

A Full Moon Maine Ghost Tour with some history thrown in, of course! And with The Lady in the Red Cloak! We’ll have tours in Damariscotta and Bath tomorrow evening at 7:00. I’m beginning to offer a few 5:00 tours, which are great for some people, and we’ll have those tomorrow as well. The weather’s been fantastic and should stay through tomorrow at least!


Maine Open Lighthouse Day

What a beautiful day for Maine Open Lighthouse Day! I hope many of you are out and enjoying! Did you know that several of Maine’s lighthouses are reported to be haunted?! Oh yes! One of them, Seguin Island Light, we tell about on our Bath Red Cloak Haunted History Tour – by the way, there’s a Bath tour tonight – you can join us and hear the story!

Some of the other lighthouses reported to be haunted are Owl’s Head Light, Burnt Island Light, Hendrick’s Head Light, Wood Island Lighthouse, Pemaquid Lighthouse, Ram Island Light and Boone Island Light! Quite a few isn’t it?!

Another way to hear some of the haunted lighthouse stories would be to join me for a night of spooky tales on October 3 at Medomak Valley High School adult ed class. You can sign up on line at

Have a great weekend everyone!


Blues, BBQ and Haunted History!

Another gorgeous summer day in midcoast Maine! Top it off with a street party in Bath – Blues @ Que on Winter Street! It begins at 6:00, so you’ll have plenty of time to eat and do a little dancing before 7:30, when the Red Cloak Haunted History Tour begins! Proceeds from the street party benefit the Winter Street Center. Call me or find me there! 207-380-3806


It’s a beautiful evening for a stroll through “The City of Ships”

 Join us as we learn some of Bath’s early shipbuilding history and about some mystery ships! A few extra tales will be thrown in tonight for a young man who has a great interest in sailing ships. Of course, we’ll have all the regular mysteries and ghosts and superstitions as well! Call up until 7:15, 207-380-8306.


Opening Day

Well, for not even being officially open yet, we’ve been pretty busy! We’ve had tours here in Maine most nights the last week, and sometimes 2! Tonight is Boothbay Harbor and Damariscotta… last night was a fun night in Camden, we had Wiscasset and Bath on Monday – phew! July 4 will be our official opening for our 5th season of Red Cloak Haunted History Tours! I hope you can join us sometime… we will be offering tours through October 30, and some special events as well, stay tuned!

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