Tortilla Flat

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At the Mexican Restaurant Tortilla Flat, believed to be haunted, witnesses have seen strange phenomena such as shadow figures and objects that move about on their own.

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    595 Daniel Webster Hwy
    Merrimack, NH 03054
    United States

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    42.88252732992634, -71.4767756760557
    Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
    Nearest Towns:
    East Merrimack, NH (1.0 mi.)
    Merrimack, NH (1.5 mi.)
    Litchfield, NH (2.6 mi.)
    Bedford, NH (4.8 mi.)
    Londonderry, NH (5.3 mi.)
    Derry, NH (7.6 mi.)
    Amherst, NH (7.7 mi.)
    Pinardville, NH (7.9 mi.)
    Manchester, NH (7.9 mi.)
    Nashua, NH (8.1 mi.)

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    1. I live right near here, The place has very good chips by the way. Anyways, The restaurant used to be two houses according to a book I had read on the history. Its in general very cold, so I’ve never felt cold “spots”. sometimes you feel as if your not alone there.

    2. My fiancé and I recorded some very strange things at dinner last night. A light swaying by itself when we asked spirits to make themselves known, and silhouettes moving along the the wall in the dining room. Our waitress informed us that that room had been very active in the past. We also experienced several cold spots.

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