Manchester, New Hampshire
Manchester is the largest city in New Hampshire and northern New England. It is home to approximately 110,000 residents and located in Hillsborough County along the banks of the Merrimack River.
R.G. Sullivan Cigar Building Information:
The R. G. Sullivan Cigar Building is a 52,670 square foot, seven story building. The R. G. Sullivan Cigar Buildings was converted into office spaces in 1986. It was owned by the Gulf Coast Commercial Corporation until 1998 and then sold for $2.4 million to the New Boston Fund, Inc.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at the R.G. Sullivan Cigar Building in Manchester, New Hampshire:
Apparitions of young children and disembodied children’s voices have been reported at the R.G. Sullivan Cigar Building in Manchester, New Hampshire. Some have also reported doors opening and shutting on their own, without explanation.
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