Our entire investigation was outside, traveling toward twilight as we journeyed deep into the haunted woods of Randolph Maine, on the legendary Old Narrow Gauge Trail.
This investigation was unlike the rest. We’d been receiving viewer requests to visit the mills of Sanford for years at this point, letting us know they were incredibly haunted, but without providing us any real details.
In 1902 prominent Maine architect, John Calvin Stevens was commissioned by Governor John Freemont Hill to build a home for Maine governors, and while the building still stands today, it operates as an event hall and office space.
Starting off Season 4 with a bang, we were able to travel to a place we didn’t know had such strong ties to Maine.
This was by FAR the most challenging investigation to coordinate and most unnerving place to spend the night. Yet, because of that, Seguin Island Light is also easily our most adventurous episode.