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Fri, Aug 30


Fort Knox

Fort Knox

Join us at the historic & haunted Fort Knox!

Fort Knox
Fort Knox

Time & Location

Aug 30, 2024, 6:30 PM – Aug 31, 2024, 4:00 AM

Fort Knox, 740 Ft Knox Rd, Prospect, ME 04981, USA

About the Event

Join Haunted Nights as we investigate the very historic & haunted Fort Knox! Are you brave enough to handle the spirits that reside inside this massive fort?

Guests can arrive between 6:30PM-6:45PM for sign in/meet & greet with Haunted Nights staff. A brief tour will begin at 7PM detailing the history of Fort Knox & its reported hauntings! Following the tour our investigation will begin at 8PM & conclude at 4AM. 

Free water, soda & snacks will be available all night.

During our investigation guests will have access to the entire fort & its interior grounds! Our investigation will be a free roam style investigation, guests will be permitted to investigate with Haunted Nights staff or on their own. Only selling a limited number of tickets to our events allows us to give guests the freedom to move around on their own while still having a great investigation. We encourage guests to bring any handheld paranormal equipment they have to utilize during the investigation. (No DVR camera systems permitted) There will also be ample equipment available for you to use during the night if you do not have your own!


Located on the west bank of the Penobscot River in Prospect, Maine, in an area known as the Penobscot Narrows, Fort Knox is one of the best-preserved          military fortifications on the New England seacoast. The fort has many unique architectural features, as well as a rich history behind its walls.

During the country's infancy, Maine was repeatedly involved in northeast border disputes with British Canada. In fact, the area between Castine and the rich lumber city of Bangor was invaded and occupied by the British during the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Fort Knox was established in 1844 to protect the Penobscot River Valley against a possible future British naval incursion.

The fort was designed by Chief Engineer Joseph Totten with a number of other engineers serving as superintendents of construction from 1844 - 1869, among them Isaac Ingalls Stevens and Thomas L. Casey. The fort was named for Major General Henry Knox, America's first Secretary of War, who was born in Boston but retired to Thomaston, Maine in 1796. The fort garrisoned its first troops from 1863 to 1866. These troops were mostly volunteers undergoing training before being sent to their active posts and included members of the celebrated 20th Maine. Troops were also briefly stationed at the fort during the Spanish-American war in 1898 but never saw military action.

To speed up check in we ask ALL guests to sign our waiver prior to arrival! The waiver can be found here: WAIVER

No one under the age of 16 will be permitted. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Absolutely no alcohol or drugs will be permitted. Anyone expected of being under the influence will be asked to leave without refund.

All sales final. No refunds.


  • Investigation

    This ticket is for admission to the history tour & full paranormal investigation.

    +$2.50 service fee



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