Ghost Trackers show ‘Maine’s Most Haunted’ at Fort Knox

Feb 13, 2013
Members of the East Coast Ghost Trackers will present two of their “Maine’s Most Haunted” as a fundraiser for, and at, the Fort Knox Historic Site.

Prospect — On Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m., the East Coast Ghost Trackers will present two episodes of their film series “Maine’s Most Haunted” at the Visitor Center of the Fort Knox Historic Site, Route 174. The two episodes will feature the ECGT’s paranormal investigations of Fort Knox and the Penobscot Theatre Company’s opera house.

The two films will be followed by a question and answer session led by members of the paranormal investigating group. Tickets for the event are $10 and may be purchased in advance by calling the Friends of Fort Knox at 469-6553 or at the door; seating is limited.

The East Coast Ghost Trackers provide paranormal investigation tours of the Fort Knox historic site during the fort’s operating season. One lucky attendee of the upcoming film presentation will win a free tour with the group this coming summer. Proceeds from the film presentation will go to the Friends of Fort Knox, whose mission is to preserve the Fort and enhance its educational, cultural and economic value for the people of Maine.

Later this year, likely the first of June, a new book will be available from Down East Books —  “Haunted Fort,” authored by Camden resident Eliza Walsh. The book explores the reports of paranormal activity at Fort Knox and provides a brief history of the historic site. A special event will be held at Fort Knox to celebrate the release of the new book, which will feature a book signing by the author.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115 or

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