Governor's Mansion

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State senator Warren Brown, confident of winning an election to become governor, built this mansion in 1880. He lost the election, but many years later it is still called Governor’s Mansion. An owner who purchased the place in 2000 witnessed apparitions, orbs, voices, a disappearing staircase, strange noises, electrical anomalies, and more. Paranormalist investigations produced photos, videos and sound clips of electronic voice phenemona.

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Geographic Information

65 Brown Road
Hampton Falls, NH
United States

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42.93443906840612, -70.87947233386842
Rockingham County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Hampton Falls, NH (1.5 mi.)
Hampton, NH (2.1 mi.)
Seabrook, NH (2.8 mi.)
Kensington, NH (3.3 mi.)
North Hampton, NH (3.6 mi.)
Hampton Beach, NH (3.9 mi.)
Seabrook Beach, NH (4.6 mi.)
Exeter, NH (4.7 mi.)
South Hampton, NH (5.6 mi.)
Amesbury, MA (5.8 mi.)


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  1. Sadly, the historical facts are not accurate regarding Warren Brown. He was a State Senator but never ran for NH Governor, though he worked with the governor’s council. The individual who ran for governor, and lost, was Warren G. Brown of Whitefield, NH. Unfortunately, the current owner of the mansion, refuses to acknowledge this fact despite anyone googling for themselves to see that one person is Warren Brown, the other is Warren G. Brown……As a relative of this family we have plenty of documentation that supports this.

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