With a motto like “Live Free or Die” so ingrained in the mind and spirit of those who hail from “The Granite State”, there is probably no other place in the Union that expresses a more cavalier attitude toward the inevitable outcome of life. So it is of little wonder that some of the state’s more stalwart former residents refuse to leave, even after they no longer have the corporal wherewithal to cast even a single vote in the New Hampshire primary. One particular local that seems to be a gathering place for those restless specters is “The Cave“, a Prohibition era bar cleverly concealed below the porch of the Mount Washington Hotel. I recently received a call from David Correa, one of our readers who along with his friend Brian Gregoire, may have captured some very interesting photographic evidence of these uncanny after hours activities.
In the course of our conversation we exchanged some theories and feelings about those veiled possibilities of life after death. I as usual took the position of that skeptic that suspects that most of what we believe to be otherworldly is nothing more than the result of malfunctioning technology. David on the other hand was of a more open mind, and upon hearing about some of his experiences during his own spiritual journey, I was better able to deal with those occurrences and personal losses that so often haunt my own life. And while our current technologies may not be able to provide portals to the dimension of the disembodied, they can connect us with those kind souls who can offer comfort and good counsel during those times of need.
May all your dealings with the spirits, whether they be liquid or ethereal in their nature, always be to your liking! Happy Halloween from the rogues and wraiths at American Public House Review!
Posted by: Chris Poh
Below are the images from The Cave at the Mount Washington Hotel.