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New Hampshire’s Ghosts, Goblins and Halloween Stories

Happy Halloween.  This article is a recap of earlier stories that help you to learn more about Halloween and New Hampshire’s Haunted Places. The antique Victorian Postcards below are copyright free. Feel free to use or reuse them.  The witch … Continue reading

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Ghostly, Spine-Chilling Halloween Tales and Yarns from New Hampshire

In the past I have shared many stories at Cow Hampshire  of weird, supernatural, eerie, and down-right weird occurrences. Here is a compilation of the best ones. A 2015 New Hampshire Halloween – Halloween poetry et al Ghastly and Ghostly … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Customs and Games for Halloween in 1916

PLANS FOR HALLOWEEN from Portsmouth Herald, (Portsmouth NH) October 30, 1916 Halloween, the celebration of which has been handed down to us by the Druids of ancient times, is the one night of all nights in the year when ghosts … Continue reading

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Merrimack New Hampshire International Athlete, Activist for the Disabled: Marilyn Warren Woods (1914-1998)

She was born Marilyn N. Warren on 15 January 1915 in Hudson, New Hampshire, the daughter of Oscar G. & Ida (Proctor) Warren. As a woman with disabilities, she faced the difficulties of mobility, obtaining an education, and finding a … Continue reading

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Salem New Hampshire’s Canobie Lake and Park

Canobie Lake is a beautiful sheet of water, situated partly in Windham and partly in Salem, New Hampshire,

and within … Continue reading

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