The Crazy Gringo - Nothin' Fancy

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Formerly a bar and grill called Nothin’ Fancy and now the Crazy Gringo, the place is said to be haunted by a woman whose voice has been heard in the kitchen and dining areas. Doors mysteriously unlock and open by themselves, and an apparition has been seen in the second-floor hall.

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306 Lakeside Ave
Laconia, NH 03246
United States

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43.60854274231253, -71.4605971275887
Belknap County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Meredith, NH (3.9 mi.)
Gilford, NH (5.0 mi.)
Laconia, NH (5.6 mi.)
Center Harbor, NH (7.0 mi.)
Melvin Village, NH (9.6 mi.)
New Hampton, NH (9.7 mi.)
Sanbornton, NH (10.3 mi.)
Ashland, NH (10.4 mi.)
Moultonborough, NH (10.6 mi.)
Holderness, NH (10.7 mi.)

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  1. I worked at this place in the late 90’s as a door person. There was a second floor and we would hear footsteps when closing. Also felt taps on the shoulder when no one was behind me.

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