I have always been a passionate follower of everything paranormal.

Since I am a ghost enthusiast, I have always believed fiercely into the transfer of energy and believe it is constantly flowing freely.

It's never-ending, so the energy or soul of another can be attached to things. For example, if a family lives in a house for 20 years, and all their emotions are felt there, then that collection of energy stays.

It can stay suck into the walls or items. It could be dark matter and energy or even light and positive energy, but it's present nonetheless.

There is a place in Maine that has been calling my name for years now. It's called the York Witch Grave. I was born in York, PA , so obviously it's a sign that I need to go there.

According to the Atlas Obscura and Seacoast Online, this place is crawling with presence of the unknown.

Apparently, in one particular grave lies and woman named Mary Nasson, who was said to be a witch in the 18th century. The witch trials were obviously not too far from us, down in Salem. However it has been proven that this woman was not a witch, and in fact was a very tender and caring mother and wife.

Because of all that negative judgment against her, the energy attached to the grave probably stirred up and awakened something.

According to an article on Secoast,

"Mary Nasson died close to 80 years after the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. And that is important, not only for placing the "Witch's Grave" in a different perspective, but also for making them aware of an intriguing relationship between individuals buried within the ground and the Salem Trials."

People from all over come to visit Mary's grave to drop bizarre tokens to her, such as coins, keepsakes, feathers, and sage (you know, witchy stuff).

Her gravestone is a square slab with a female figure engraved in her headstone, which makes people suspicious that she was a witch. I didn't know that a square grave or a figure would represent witchery?

I want to visit this site because no one except Mary Nasson knows what happened, and if I can contact her spirit via ghost tools, I will uncover the true and there will be justice for all.

I can't wait to grab my EVP Recorder to see if I can capture any disembodied voices and find out what really happened.

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