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Ufology has gone legit.
Author J.W. Ocker gives his recommendations for eerie ghost towns, ghastly graveyards and creepy bogs
This tour of historical and beautiful graveyards from around the state combines the spirit of the Halloween season with some of the best places to view fall foliage.
Whatever happened to the good ol’ days of UFOs?
The ruins are located at the edge of the Madame Sherri Forrest at the bottom of Wantastiquet Mountain
They were the foul-mouthed hetero-lifemates who emerged from a cloud of weed smoke to become Gen-X icons. Their names? Jay and Silent…
So there I was, sneaking a McRib into the mausoleum of Mount Calvary Cemetery in Manchester. The mausoleum is a beautiful one, with large colorful stained-glass windows, marble and brass walls full of the shelved dead in an airy chapel.…
Unique holiday observations in the Granite State
A climb to the top of a strange rock with a pointy hat in the town of Tamworth.
I’m always telling people that they don’t have to travel to faraway lands to be mind-boggled by history, nature or culture. I tell them to drive a few hours in any direction…