It is said that he befriended one of the colonial settlers, a man by the name of Cornelius Campbell. But it's her service to the residents of the region that are steeped in legend. Other mysteries have plagued the area, all blamed on the curse of Chocorua. Another legend tells that upon his death he was carried away to heaven from the top of a mountain by a sled drawn by wolves. Some versions take the legend even further, stating that the pirate returned two decades later to claim Mary after her husband died, when in fact he lived to be The sky when they started was overcast and the waters black, but just as they were about to turn and leave them, the sun came out and the waters sparkled around the canoe of Mineola and Adiwando.
These monoliths mark important dates such as the equinoxes and solstices and point out the True North Alignment.
New Hampshire legends and lore
Chocorua left his son Tuamba in the care of Campbell's family, while he went north to celebrate a powwow. Her prayer was soon answered and she was seen ascending to Heaven in her canoe with arms outstretched and looking for all the world like a white sea gull. Norwegian immigrants Anethe and Karen Christensen were purportedly the victims of murderer Louis Wagner, a German fisherman who was seen in Portsmouth Harbor earlier that evening. Knowing he would die, Chocorua raised his arms to the sky and shouted, "Evil spirits breathe death upon the cattle of the white man! She had been blamed for various atrocities, including a shipwreck that killed 8 residents. She was on a ship filled with immigrants that was intercepted by pirates. He was convicted of the murders and was hung in