Briana Levesque checks out a loom at the Bates Mill complex in Lewiston on Thursday night during Museum L-A’s “Chills at the Mill” behind-the-scenes spooky tour. The guided tours narrated by museum staff told stories of the more gruesome and creepy history of the mills during the 45-minute tour. Guests were issued flashlights to help navigate the long, dark corridors of the former textile mill where Levesque said many of her family worked. The tours continue Saturday night. Visit museumla.org for details and reservations. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Kate Blair, foreground, and Briana Levesque, of Lewiston, check out a hole in the floor at the Bates Mill complex in Lewiston on Thursday night during Museum L-A’s “Chills at the Mill” behind-the-scenes spooky tour. The guided tours narrated by museum staff told stories of the more gruesome and creepy history of the mills during the 45-minute tour. Guests were issued flashlights to help navigate the long, dark corridors of the former textile mill where Levesque said many of her family worked. The tours continue Saturday night. Visit museumla.org for details and reservations.  (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Kate Blair, foreground, and Briana Levesque, of Lewiston, check out a hole in the floor at the Bates Mill complex in Lewiston on Thursday night during Museum L-A’s “Chills at the Mill” behind-the-scenes spooky tour. TThe guided tours narrated by museum staff told stories of the more gruesome and creepy history of the mills during the 45-minute tour. Guests were issued flashlights to help navigate the long, dark corridors of the former textile mill where Levesque said many of her family worked. The tours continue Saturday night. Visit museumla.org for details and reservations. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Briana Levesque, left, and Kate Blair, of Lewiston, check out a hole in the floor at the Bates Mill complex in Lewiston on Thursday night during Museum L-A’s “Chills at the Mill” behind-the-scenes spooky tour of the Bates Mill. The guided tours narrated by museum staff told stories of the more gruesome and creepy history of the mills during the 45-minute tour. Guests were issued flashlights to help navigate the long, dark corridors of the former textile mill where Levesque said many of her family worked. The tours continue Saturday night. Visit museumla.org for details and reservations.   (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)


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