Haunted Hillsborough County

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Hillsborough County's haunts, mysteries and mystical places are finally revealed from Nashua to Weare. When a house moved from Dunstable, Massachusetts, to Davis Square in Nashua, its resident poltergeist appeared to feel at home in its new town. Elizabeth Ford seems to have gotten over the tragedy of her death, and now her friendly ghost teases the guests of the Country Tavern on Route 101. Discover the history behind the nasty reputation of Haunted Pond in Francestown, from its grisly fire to its strangely high number of premature deaths. The county's specters float from New Ipswich to the shadows of Amherst, and phantoms linger just around the corner of Wilton's Main Street on the banks of the Souhegan River. Author Eric Stanway takes the reader on a ghostly tour of Hillsborough County history.
ISBN: 9781626193246
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: New Hampshire
Series: Haunted America
Images: 45
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Eric Stanway is a prolific self-published author and freelance reporter. He contributes regularly to the Nashua Telegraph, Yankee Magazine, Monadnock Living Magazine and the Rindge and Fitzwilliams historical societies' publications. Eric is the former magazine editor, website support and page designer and production (advertising) designer for the Cabinet Press, Milford, New Hamphire. He served as features and editorial page editor, design editor and graphic artist of the Sentinel & Enterprise.
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