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Yankee Classic: The Champ Believer

3 votes, 3.67 avg. rating (74% score)

Joseph Zarzynski is convinced that something “definitely larger than a fish” really lives in Lake Champlain. A Gargoyle... Read More »

America’s Stonehenge | A Historical Site Shrouded in Mystery

In the heart of the woods atop a granite-studded hill in Salem, New Hampshire, stands a site shrouded... Read More »

Champ Sighting | Lake Champlain’s Mysterious Photo

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

Sandra (“Sandi”) Mansi lives in Bristol, Vermont, up a long drive away from the two-lane road, past mounds... Read More »

Humpty Dumpty? Sure. Moby Dick? Never!

Humpty Dumpty? Sure. Moby Dick? Never!

3 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (94% score)

Welcome to the June 2015 edition of Jud’s New England Journal, the rather curious monthly musings of Judson... Read More »

Madame Sherri’s Castle Ruins | A Legendary Site in West Chesterfield, New Hampshire

It was a photo from our online gallery that sparked my interest: a sweeping, arched staircase constructed of... Read More »

Nelly Butler | America’s First Ghost

6 votes, 4.83 avg. rating (94% score)

It was August 9, 1799, when Abner Blaisdel first heard the “knocking noises” in his house in Machiasport,... Read More »

Old Leather Man | A Connecticut Legend

5 votes, 3.80 avg. rating (76% score)

A local legend like that of the Old Leather Man — Connecticut’s most famous tramp — can easily... Read More »

The Curse of the Saco River

The Curse of the Saco River

3 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (94% score)

Have you heard of the curse of the Saco River — an American-Indian legend that foretells how every... Read More »

The Legend of Purgatory Chasm

Little is said about the origins of this unassuming wonder nestled in Sutton, MA, just southeast of Worcester.... Read More »

The Old Stone House | Where Legend Wraps Itself around History

3 votes, 4.67 avg. rating (89% score)

It’s startling—you see it and think: What the heck is that? On a back road in Brownington, Vermont,... Read More »

Was Rhode Island the Vampire Capital of America?

Was Rhode Island the Vampire Capital of America?

6 votes, 4.83 avg. rating (94% score)

The villagers of Exeter, Rhode Island, knew that farmer George Brown had a problem. First, in 1883 his... Read More »

Why Fishermen Won’t Paint a Boat Blue

3 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (94% score)

Jud’s New England Journal For November 2012 Welcome to the November 2012 edition of Jud’s New England Journal,... Read More »



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