Winnipesaukee Marketplace

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Dating as far back as the 1880s when it was the Lakeside Inn, Winnipesaukee Marketplace is said to be haunted. Folks have reported cold spots, strong energy fields, and a feeling that something unseen was there with them. Some say on full-moon nights an apparition of a hanged man can be seen in the center window on the top floor, and the apparition of a female former owner will speak to some visitors. Other activity includes objects that are moved or thrown and lights that work by themselves.

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21 Weeks St
Weirs Beach, NH
United States

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43.609098181689774, -71.46026453367085
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 (10.6 mi.)

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