Lorden Plaza

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Folks here have noticed an apparition of a man in blue jeans and a plaid flannel shirt with a tape measure on his belt. He walked along the plaza, disappearing into a plywood wall.

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Lorden Plaza
Milford, NH
United States

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42.824588185744936, -71.62317824346246
Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Milford, NH (1.5 mi.)
Amherst, NH (2.6 mi.)
Mont Vernon, NH (5.5 mi.)
Wilton, NH (5.8 mi.)
Hollis, NH (5.8 mi.)
Brookline, NH (6.5 mi.)
Merrimack, NH (7.1 mi.)
Litchfield, NH (7.4 mi.)
East Merrimack, NH (7.7 mi.)
Nashua, NH (8.9 mi.)


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  1. This place used to be an old lumber mill. In the drugstore in the past I had seen things “fall” off the shelves by themselves, and felt a man walking around in there when no one was around nearby. I’d been told by a friend who lived in the area that the man was someone who died when a pile of logs rolled on top of him.

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