After locating a university document from 1934 about an unheard of gold mine in an Androscoggin County town, I tracked down the owner and he helped me locate it with basic directions. For some reason, this mine isn’t listed on the main mine database websites nor is it listed on the Maine resources database. Despite that, a young woman died in shaft #2 when she fell in and drowned a couple of years ago indicating that its locally known, somewhat. Thankfully, the document details a typical turn of the century attempt at gold mining by amateur miners and the disaster that resulted. At the request of the owner, references to the location and town are not mentioned due to liability issues. As with all mines, extreme caution should be taken when around old diggings, especially vertical shafts.