The other day I went with my dad to a taxidermist who has the opportunity to hunt on that place from time to time.
Here is the scoop from what I was told. I saw a map of the place. You can look at it on a topo map in Sullivan County New Hampshire. He told me that they have 80 miles of fence around the property and that the land was bought just after WW2 for around $1.50 an acre. I looked at a map of the place and they have sections where members hunt. So you wouldn't have too many people in one area. They also have areas where no one is to set foot in. A sanctuary of sorts. If a member steps foot in one of these areas, it is a $1000 fine.
It is a very exclusive club. You have to be voted in and the shares are 250,000 with a yearly membership of 35,000. As a member you can take a guest and shoot whatever he allows off his allotment. I believe the taxidermist said his friend can shoot 52 wild boar( he owns an insurance company so he has the cash for this) and some number of elk they have.
Like I stated before, a storm blew down some fencing and a number of animals escaped. But to the best of my knowledge, they're all shot out.