Ray's Seafood Restaurant

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The ghost who haunts Ray’s is called Goldie; she haunts the top floor. She and her sister Blanche lived here when the building was a residence but both moved to retirement homes in the 1960s. Goldie’s apparition is believed to show up here because her belongings had been stored in the attic for many years. The ghost has been known to open locked windows, turn on the attic light, produce cold chills, make the phone ring, and move objects.

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1677 Ocean Blvd
Rye, NH 03870
United States

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43.004643531640134, -70.74544510236592
Rockingham County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Rye, NH (1.4 mi.)
Portsmouth, NH (4.7 mi.)
North Hampton, NH (4.8 mi.)
New Castle, NH (4.9 mi.)
Greenland, NH (4.9 mi.)
Kittery Point, ME (5.8 mi.)
Kittery, ME (5.8 mi.)
Hampton, NH (6.6 mi.)
South Eliot, ME (7.3 mi.)
Hampton Beach, NH (7.5 mi.)

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