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The Definitive Guide To All Things Haunted And Creepy In Vermont

Haunted and creepy tales go hand-in-hand with Vermont, arguably one of the most breathtakingly beautiful states in the country. Sometimes, however, when you look beyond that beauty, you discover a slew of haunted places, haunted houses, haunted cemeteries, and even a haunted road or two. Vermont’s a paranormal investigator’s dream come true. Anyone who’s interested in the paranormal, in fact, will find plenty to explore in Vermont – from abandoned places and mysterious disappearances to UFO sightings. If you love Halloween, you’ll also find one of the most haunted houses in America right here in Vermont. Here, however, are some of the terrifying tales behind some of the most haunted and creepiest places in Vermont.

5 Creepy Facts About Vermont


  1. Vermont is home to the former North Concord/Lyndonville Air Force Station, from which a host of sordid tales, including UFO abductions, emanate. Today, the decaying former air force station is one of the most hazardous places in Vermont.
  2. The Little River community thrived for more than a century with residents living in the town from the 1700s until the beginning part of the 1930s, when the residents began to leave. Today, the remnants of the ghost town draw curious visitors.
  3. Vermont is said to have its own Loch Ness Monster, at least according to claims by eyewitness who say they saw the friendly monster in the 1980s. The claims are said to have been proven false, although some still swear “Champ” lives in Lake Champlain.
  4. East Richford is home to a gravity hill. If you put your car in neutral on a rural road, your car will appear to roll uphill.
  5. If you’ve been to Caledonia County, you may have heard a strange hum that’s there even when the power goes off. No one knows where the hum comes from or what it is, and not everyone can hear it.