is it true that 123 chestnut st nashua,nh 03060 is haunted?

Asked by cutefuzzybunnyn, Nashua, NH Thu Feb 2, 2012

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George Rauh, Agent, Bedford, NH
Tue May 27, 2014
Call Ghost Busters!! AAaahhh! The topic of things that go bump in the night.... :D
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Bill Barbin, Agent, North Conway, NH
Mon Feb 13, 2012
Believer or non-believer, I am pretty sure us agents can only disclose material facts about a property and to entertain that type of question probably violates our fiduciary duty.
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Cheryl Cummi…, , Hudson, NH
Tue Feb 7, 2012
This is one of the funnest questions asked on here :)
I can't find anything about a murder or anything else that would inspire such a rumor for this particular address though.
For fun, I found the following links though:
All about the streets in Nashua:
http://www.nashua.edu/poulinc/2005%20street%20project.htm
All about the haunted areas in NH:
http://www.nhtourguide.com/haunted_nh.htm

Hope this helps!
Web Reference:  http://gonashua.com
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John R. Fis…, Agent, Milford, NH
Thu Feb 2, 2012
hehe that's one of the better questions posted here:)
Being from the "non believer sect" on this subject I'd say only if you want it to be:) but I cannot comment on a specific address about anything.
Actually there was a court case years ago on something like this and it was determined that since hauntings and ghosts are not considered fact rumors or reputations of them do not have to be disclosed. A few agencies I have seen over the years have a disclosure line item asking this question but to me that's nuts. The courts ruled on the subject so its best for agents to stay out of it....unless answering on Trulia:)
My best argument against hauntings is that if "ghosts" haunt the places they die in wouldn't hospitals be extremely haunted? :)
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