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Recap: New Hampshire and Halloween

Since 2006 I’ve been sharing tidbits relating to Halloween and New Hampshire.  During that time I’ve written some pretty bad poetry, and shared some pretty good prose.  You may have read my stories about New Hampshire’s many ghosts, real or … Continue reading

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The Dark Elements of A New Hampshire Halloween

H.P. Lovecraft penned it hauntingly well …

“But the true epicure in the terrible, to whom a new thrill of
unutterable ghastliness … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s "Lakawaka": Terror of the Isles of Shoals

An enigmatic entry in an 1872 story speaks of something terrible–“self-illuminating, like a glow-worm,” that was “seen for many years near the shore” of the Isles of Shoals…
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