Ghostly Graveyard  LbNA # 25721

Placed DateSep 19 2006
LocationEllsworth, ME
Found By Punkmilgob
Last Found May 26 2014
Hike Distance?

Ghostly Graveyard

I checked this box on 05/25/08, all is good!

Location: Woodbine Graveyard on Washinton Junction Rd. in Ellsworth Maine.

From the intersection of Rte 1/Main St. drive east on Washinton Junction Rd. untill you come upon Woodbine cemetary on your left hand side.

Pull in and turn left at fork as soon as you drive through the gates. Drive up to the shed and structure marked "City" and park.

Take the main path walking up deeper into the graveyard. While staying on the path, walk past a tall monument on your right side marked Whittaker. Then your path should put you in sight of a gravestone fit for a "King." When you come to the each fork in the path, stay to the right.

Stay on the same path untill you find a tall gravemarker for Greenly and Sarah Smith. Turn right down this path and pass another Smith monument that looks like a small "Bubble Rock."

When this path intersects other paths, take a left. Pass a gravemarker for Parcher. Look straight towards the back of the graveyard.

Find the very large momument marked with the name Eugene Hale. Directly in back of it look for eight stars marking eight graves. Walk over to the fifth star. Walk straight to the rock wall and look under a large, flat, stone on the wall. Our Ghostly letterbox should be waiting for you. Be careful to avoid the unstable areas of the rock wall. The "permanent" residents of Woodbine want you to always respect thier resting place. Happy Haunted Hunting!

*This letterbox has a bonus box, "Buried Bones," but you must download the clues first to find it! This is one of five graveyard boxes we have hidden in the Ellsworth area. Find them all or enjoy just the one!

*Other letterboxes we have hidden in the local Ellsworth area are Skeleton Trail, Spooky Tombstone, The Old Burying Ground,and Birds-of-a-feather We're-all-in-this-together. In Bar Harbor we have "Blackbeard's Hidden Cove" and in Winter Harbor we have "All the world loves..."