Bond Mountain - Newfield, Maine
At 800 feet it is an easy hike to the summit of Bond Mountain. Bond Mountain is home to the Bond Mountain Spring which is regarded as one of the last roadside springs in York County. Bond Mountain was also a ski area in the late 50s to early 60s until mechanical challenges forced the ski area to be closed. The summit of the mountain features the remains of the Thomas Bond homestead c. 1820 and a small cemetery believed to contain the graves of Thomas Bond, three of his wives and some of their children. This case was different in that we had never heard claims of paranormal activity associated with Bond Mountain. With the remains of the home and the cemetery at the summit, we were hopeful that we may be able to capture evidence of activity.
We began the investigation by taking EMF readings, which remained flat throughout the course of the investigation. We took pictures and conducted an EVP session inside the remains of the foundation. Next we moved to the cemetery. The headstones in the cemetery are very small, making it difficult to determine the number of people interred there. We did not get any EMF readings while at the cemetery. We also conducted an EVP session and took more photographs. While we were unable to capture any evidence it was still a very interesting place to investigate.