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Bartlettyarns Mill

Harmony, Maine

Working wool mill used as the exterior for the mill in the 1990 horror film "Graveyard Shift." 


In the 1990 film adaptation of the Stephen King story “Graveyard Shift”, a group of textile mill workers spend a few nights of overtime cleaning out the grungy basement of a textile mill. They soon discover that the basement hides hoards of rats and a giant bat - then they die.

Bartlettyarns Mill in the town of Harmony was used for the creepy exteriors of the movie’s main location. It’s a 200-year-old mill on Higgins Stream that still looks creepy even though it’s a working mill that continues to produce wool and wool products. Adapted with Permission from: The New England Grimpendium by J.W. Ocker

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