Mary Belanger House

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This is the house where a woman named Mary Belanger supposedly died when she fell into the fire pit in the back yard and burned to death. Events such as visible apparitions and floating objects support this claim. I also took a photo in the cellar that captures an orb behind a yellow object.

(Submitted by Christian Z)

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Geographic Information

Address:
694 Varnum Ave
Lowell, MA
United States

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GPS:
42.6456373, -71.35558730000002
County:
Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Lowell, MA (2.2 mi.)
Dracut, MA (3.2 mi.)
Chelmsford, MA (3.2 mi.)
Tyngsboro, MA (4.1 mi.)
Westford, MA (6.2 mi.)
Pelham, NH (6.3 mi.)
Tewksbury, MA (6.6 mi.)
Dunstable, MA (6.8 mi.)
Billerica, MA (7.5 mi.)
Carlisle, MA (8.0 mi.)

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  1. I live two houses away, and my grandma lived in the house for 67years and never heard of this… I also know people who lived there and asked and they have no idea what I was talking about.

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