These 12 Towns In New Hampshire Have The Strangest Names You’ll Ever See
The Granite State is small, but chances are there are towns you haven’t heard of, including these 12 towns in New Hampshire with the strangest names ever. Whether they celebrate Native American heritage, hark back to Europe, or are just plain old weird, these town names will make you do a double take.
This town named for an Indian chief is a favorite place for hikers. If you love hiking, chances are you know how to pronounce this name.
Noon? No one? Only true New Hampshirites know.
Their town government is Dummer than yours.
No one will confuse this town with the Italian destination.
5. Center Sandwich
If you're hungry, you know where to go.
6. Happy Corner
New Hampshire is a pretty happy state, but the residents in this northern woods town are especially cheery.
This one just sounds downright strange
8. Potter Place
Guess what? This town name is even tied to magic.
9. Christian's Hollow
This segment of Walpole blurs the line between church and state.
10. Hell Hollow
New Hampshire has both extremes on the religious scale, with this section of Plainfield.
The name may now sound warm and cozy, but the town is perfectly charming.
We can't be the only one who thought of a curse word.
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