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  1. The Legend of Lucy Keyes (2006) - IMDb

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    Feb 03, 2006 · Directed by John Stimpson. With Julie Delpy, Justin Theroux, Brooke Adams, Mark Boone Junior. An urban family leaves city life behind for the confines of rural New England.

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  2. The Legend of Lucy Keyes - Wikipedia

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    The Legend of Lucy Keyes is a 2006 suspense mystery film directed and written by John Stimpson, and starring Julie Delpy, Justin Theroux and Brooke Adams.The film premiered at the 2006 Santa Barbara Film Festival.

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    • Tim Disney, Marc Toberoff, Bill Haney, John MacNeil, Mark Donadio, J. Todd Harris, Miriam Marcus
    • Official Trailer (2005)
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  3. The Legend of Lucy Keyes (2006) - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Oct 05, 2017 · Audience Reviews for The Legend of Lucy Keyes. Dec 03, 2009. This part true, part ghost story is a weak drama that tried to be a thriller but didn't make it out of the gate. Although the Legend of ...

    • John Stimpson
    • mystery and thriller
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  4. True Ghost Story: The Legend Of Lucy Keyes

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    Nov 14, 2018 · Robert Keyes moved his family to Princeton, Massachusetts in 1751, purchasing 200 acres of land on the South-Eastern slope of the Wachusett Mountain. Four years later on April 14th 1755, Martha Keyes had sent her eldest daughters, Patty and Anna, to collect sand from the banks of Wachusett Lake, a mile from their family’s home. Sand was a common scrubbing agent in those days. Younger sister ...

  5. The Legend of Lucy Keyes, the Mount Wachusett Ghost - New ...

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    The legend of the Mount Wachusett ghost has captivated audiences so much that it inspired the 2005 film, The Legend of Lucy Keyes. John Stimpson, husband of one of Wachusett Ski Area’s owners, Carolyn Stimpson, crafted the fictitious story of a family who has some scary encounters with the ghosts of Lucy and her mother.

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  7. Watch The Legend of Lucy Keyes | Prime Video

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    The Legend of Lucy Keyes ( 93 ) IMDb 4.8 1h 35min 2016 16+ Little do they know that their new home once belonged to the Keyes family, a clan who experienced the tragic loss of their daughter Lucy some 250 years ago.

  8. An urban family leaves city life behind for the confines of rural New England. Little do they know that their new home once belonged to the Keyes family, a c...

  9. When an urban family moves to a rural New England town with secrets, little do they know that their new house holds a history of tragic sorrow.

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    • Julie Delpy, Justin Theroux, Brooke Adams
  10. Northern Paranormal Investigations: The Legend of Lucy Keyes

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    Oct 11, 2014 · The Legend of Lucy Keyes is a true story about a young girl who disappeared on Wachusett Mountain in 1755. Lucy Keyes was a four-year old girl who was born in Princeton Massachusetts. She lived on a farm on Wachusett Mountain with her mother Martha, her father Robert, and her two elder sisters.

  11. The Legend of Lucy Keyes - News - The Landmark - Holden, MA

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    Oct 29, 2015 · PRINCETON – Residents in town have heard many variations of the Legend of Lucy Keyes over the years, but many do not realize that the tale is based on a true story. The tale follows a young girl named Lucy Keyes who had gone missing in the woods on Wachusett Mountain in the 1700s.