Hi! My name’s Megan, and I’m a writer and lifelong Seacoast resident. I grew up immersed in the local arts scene as an actor and musician, and still love getting involved in creative projects when I can. In my spare time I enjoy exercising, reading, traveling, and spending time with friends. I also love sour patch watermelon and all things history, cats, and fall.
10 Completely Free NH Craigslist Items That People Haven’t Been Able to Give Away
They say that one man's trash is another man's treasure.
$1.4M Mountaintop Estate in Candia, NH, Has Breathtaking Views and Its Own Arcade
Located at 205 Tower Hill Road, this 9+ acre property's amenities include a custom in ground pool, 4-stall barn, two-story arcade, theater, gym, several large decks and balconies, and a finished private space perfect for guests to stay.
Do You Believe in Ghosts? Here Are 16 Creepy Ghost Stories From New Hampshire Locals
Who can resist a good ghost story?
These Are 20 of the Best Places to Get Your Nails Done in New Hampshire
Everyone deserves a relaxing trip to the nail salon. Whether you're getting a mani-pedi, acrylics, or have something else in mind, it's always fun to treat yourself.
Vacation Tiny at Adorable Tuxbury Tiny House Village in New Hampshire
Sometimes the coziest spaces are the best places to rest your head at night.
NH Mountains Once Home to a Volcano 12,000 Feet Tall
It's obvious that the world as we know it was once very different. That said, it may still be surprising to hear that the Ossipee Mountain Range is on the site of what was once a 12,000-foot tall volcano.
Remember Benson’s Wild Animal Farm in Hudson, New Hampshire?
This beloved New Hampshire zoo and amusement park was open for six decades before sadly closing in 1987. For some, it is a nostalgic blast from the past. For others, it existed before their time. So, let's take a look back and learn more about Benson's Wild Animal Farm.
Coyote Cam: Watch Two Coyotes Play in a Portsmouth, NH, Backyard
A trail cam video captured two coyotes playing together in a Portsmouth backyard, and the footage is sure to put a smile on your face.
Meet Eddy, New Hampshire’s First Police Therapy Pony
The Manchester Police Department (MPD) in New Hampshire welcomed a new addition to the force a few months ago: Eddy, the state's first police therapy pony. And he sure is adorable.
This Vacant, Dilapidated NH Home is Straight Out of a Horror Movie
With a roof and porch that look like they're going to collapse any second, broken and boarded windows, damaged siding, a random couch out front, and a laundry list of other issues, this home is in quite the state of disrepair and straight-up creepy.
Remember Bugaboo Creek Steakhouse in New England?
At first glance, Bugaboo Creek may have seemed like your everyday steakhouse that also happened to be Canadian-themed. But as for the interior? Well, it could speak for itself...literally.
This Ice Cream Trail in New Hampshire is a Sweet Road Trip You Have to Take
Here's a fun way for you and your friends to go on a road trip and enjoy some of the many ice cream places that our state has to offer.
25 Historical Figures With Interesting Ties to New Hampshire
Whether they called the Granite State home or simply had ties to our state, these 25 historical figures all have interesting connections to the Granite State.
Abandoned Ghost Town of Livermore is New Hampshire’s Smallest Town
The small town of Livermore originated in 1876 and lasted until the 1950's, when it became an abandoned ghost town. It currently ranks as NH's smallest town, but the remains of building foundations, extensive debris, and other relics remind visitors of a past long forgotten.
Have You Heard of the Smuttynose Island Axe Murders in Maine?
Many would be surprised to hear that Smuttynose Island, part of the Isles of Shoals, has a very dark history. Back in 1873, two women named Karen and Anethe Christiansen met their gruesome fate in an overnight robbery-turned-murder.
Here Are 14 New Hampshire Restaurants That Have Been Featured on Food TV Shows
Restaurants from New Hampshire have found themselves on the big screen for programs on Food Network, Travel Channel, and more. See what ones made the list.