Ghosts and Legends of the Merrimack Valley

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C.C. Carole has visited some of the most historic places in the Merrimack Valley and has found them buzzing with the ghostly energy and presence of those who came before. Join C.C. as she recounts her adventures and paints a historical backdrop of the region's haunts. Discover the legend of the Pennacook chief Passaconaway, said to be over one hundred years old and possessed of magic that could make water burn and trees dance. Investigate the eerie sounds and shadowy figures reported in the old safe houses and tunnels of the Underground Railroad. Visit the Rosewood Country Inn in Bradford and its lingering spirits of glamorous Hollywood stars, and listen for the echoes of toe-tapping performers at Canobie Lake Park's Dancehall Theatre. As C.C. treks across New Hampshire and Massachusetts, the region's historic spirits reveal themselves in surprising ways.
ISBN: 9781596297470
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: New Hampshire
Series: Haunted America
Images: 25
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
C.C. Carole is a ghost tour guide and spiritual healer who works throughout southern New Hampshire. She hosts a paranormal TV show “C.C. The Huntress” on PTN (the Paranormal Television Network powered by CBS), and has produced a short film popular among New England paranormal enthusiasts, “Ghost Stories of New England.” C.C. frequently lectures at historical societies and public libraries in New Hampshire and elsewhere in northern New England, connecting historical legends with her interpretation of scientific facts.
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