Three Chimneys Inn

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A ghost named Hannah is believed to reside here. She likes to hide objects and play havoc with anything electric. She has been known to play with the hair of sleeping staff members, and her apparition has been seen as well. Other spirits may linger here with Hannah; guests have reported hearing footsteps and furniture moving on the empty floors above them.

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Geographic Information

Address:
17 Newmarket Rd
Durham, NH 03824
United States

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GPS:
43.13224720889806, -70.9187674821078
County:
Strafford County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Durham, NH (0.4 mi.)
Madbury, NH (2.6 mi.)
Newmarket, NH (3.5 mi.)
Lee, NH (4.7 mi.)
Newington, NH (4.8 mi.)
Dover, NH (5.1 mi.)
Stratham Station, NH (5.6 mi.)
Eliot, ME (6.2 mi.)
Newfields, NH (6.7 mi.)
South Eliot, ME (7.3 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.threechimneysinn.com/

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  1. I went here for a wedding once and a staff member told me a story about a certain painting in the building. the painting is a portrait of a black haired woman and it is hung at the top of the stairs leading to the second floor. The staff member told me that the painting had to remain in that spot because any time it was hung in a different area, it would be found on the ground after a few hours.

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