Behind New Hampshire's scenic landscape lies some very dark history, ranging from horrible hangings to scandalous socialites. The Fireman's Riot of 1869 resulted in most of Manchester burning to the ground. New England's largest rumrunning gang was finally prosecuted due to an overdue library book. Madame Sherri so scandalized the Chesterfield area at the turn of the century that she now has a state park named after her. Author Renee Mallett reveals the surprising and sometimes shocking history from the Seacoast to the Great North Woods.