In the wake of a Stockton Springs woman’s death, a secret was discovered in her home

STOCKTON SPRINGS, Maine — In a yellow ranch house perched high above the wide blue stretch of the lower Penobscot River in the village of Sandy Point, there is a secret. The secret is on the walls — huge murals of a lighthouse, a sponge-painted forest of autumn trees and tidy […]

STOCKTON SPRINGS, Maine — In a yellow ranch house perched high above the wide blue stretch of the lower Penobscot River in the village of Sandy Point, there is a secret.

The secret is on the walls — huge murals of a lighthouse, a sponge-painted forest of autumn trees and tidy colonial houses, a sailboat scudding on the bay and more.

They are the creations of Tina Pesce, who lived in the house and died recently after a long period of declining health.

In the wake of a Stockton Springs woman’s death, a secret was discovered in her home

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