Claremont NH hotels. Find hotels in Claremont New Hampshire United States of America. Sights, attractions, wildlife, national and state parks and/or forests of New Hampshire. Funny stories, warnings and travel hints. Ghosts, hauntings, monsters, folklore, cryptozoology, myths and legends of New Hampshire.
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Sights/Places to See and Attractions in New Hampshire
The Zimmerman House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, in Manchester; Story Land; Hampton Beach; Lost River Gorge; White Mountain National Forest; Franconia Notch State Park; Mt Monadnock; the Lost River Reservation; Santa's Village; ascending to the peak on the Mount Washington Cog Railway; Lake Winnipesaukee; scenery and skiing in the White Mountains; Strawbery Banke, a living history museum in Portsmouth; the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester; Clark's Trading Post; Fort Stark State Historic Site; Fort Constitution State Historic Site; and the historic and scenic Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, are among the attractions of New Hampshire.
Ghosts, Monsters, Myths, Folklore, Legends and Scary Stories in New Hampshire
How a man was savaged by bears because, one Sunday, he communed with nature, on what is now called Sunday Mountain, instead of going to church; the ghost of a little girl called Laura in the Tilton Inn, sometimes called the 1875 Inn, in Tilton; the ghost called "Jason" in the Inn at Jackson; the mischievious ghost Hannah in the Three Chimneys Inn, Durham; and paranormal phenomena in the Christmas Farm Inn and Spa in Jackson, are among the true ghost stories, myths and legends of New Hampshire.
How early white settlers asked clergymen to lay the wailing spirits of Native Americans who had broken the taboo of sacred Mount Washington; the terrifying, flesh eating winged monster of Devil's Den, a cave on Mount Willard; the ghost of Abel Blood in Pine Hill Cemetery, Hollis; the healing manitou of the lithia springs (a source of lithium water) in Londonderry; how Mount Washington was believed by Native Americans to be the dwelling place of God, as well as the place where a man and a woman were saved from the Great Flood (a story indigenous to the New World as well as the Old); and how one George Walton of Portsmouth cheated an old woman out of her home, by accusing her of witchraft, but came to regret his act when, for a long period, he was beset by a stone-throwing poltergeist, are other legendary tales of ghosts and haunted places in New Hampshire.
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