Murray Hall

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Legend has it that at a 1624 Halloween party ended in disaster when a fire burned the building and killed 70 partygoers. Apparitions of many costumed characters have been reported, as well as a sense of being watched.

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Forest Road
Marlow, NH
United States

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43.117235900828476, -72.19937512243632
Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Marlow, NH (0.1 mi.)
Stoddard, NH (5.0 mi.)
Gilsum, NH (5.7 mi.)
Washington, NH (6.6 mi.)
Sullivan, NH (7.3 mi.)
Acworth, NH (8.4 mi.)
Lempster, NH (8.4 mi.)
Alstead, NH (8.4 mi.)
Surry, NH (9.2 mi.)
Nelson, NH (9.4 mi.)


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  1. The Pilgrims landed in 1620 and the people in New England at that time did not celebrate Christmas, nevermind Halloween. If this place is haunted, it isn’t from some Halloween party back in the early 1600s particularly since Marlow wasn’t even settled until 1717 and all of this part of NH and VT probably didn’t have 70 people in total.

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