New Hampshire May 24, 2017
These 8 Haunted Hotels In New Hampshire Will Make Your Stay A Nightmare
We’re at our most vulnerable when we sleep – it’s when we let down our guard and are at the mercy of whoever, or whatever, is around us. Perhaps that’s why the thought of staying in a haunted hotel is so utterly terrifying. These 8 hotels are all reportedly haunted – are you brave enough to spend the night?
1. The Beal House Inn, Littleton
The Beal House Inn is a gorgeously renovated, modern place to spend a weekend - it even has a 3 star restaurant on the premises. However, that doesn't mean the supernatural will leave you alone while you're there. The building dates back to 1833, and visitors and staff report strange occurrences like doors slamming and moving objects. Visit their
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2. Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods
Long before it was part of the Omni Hotels & Resorts chain, this spectacular property was the Mount Washington Hotel, built in 1902 by Joseph Stickney. Sadly, Joseph died suddenly a year later, and rumor has it that his bereft wife Carolyn still roams the hotel's halls. Book your stay
3. Tilton Inn, Tilton
Also known as the 1875 Inn for the year it was built, this hotel is so spooky that it was investigated by a team of ghost hunters - who confirmed that this place is definitely haunted. Over the years, there were three major fires in the building, one of which claimed the life of a 12-year-old named Laura. Let's just say she's never left. Learn more
4. The Hotel Portsmouth, Portsmouth
Formerly known as the Sise Inn, this 135-year old mansion was purchased by new owners and beautifully renovated in 2014. Despite the lovely redo, though, reports of spirits moving about continue. Visit the hotel's website
5. The Notchland Inn, Hart's Location
This charming inn dates back to the 1920s, but its haunting goes back much further, to 1778, when a woman named Nancy Barton died in a snowstorm on the property while chasing her betrothed, who she learned was unfaithful. Keep an eye out for ghostly words written on your mirror in steam. Learn more about the inn on their
6. Three Chimneys Inn, Durham
This charming building dates back to 1649, and it's rumored that the daughter of its original owner drowned in a nearby creek and haunts the inn to this day. Both staff and residents have reported close encounters with the supernatural here. Visit their website
7. Christmas Farm Inn and Spa, Jackson
This inn, which dates back to the 1880s and has buildings that go back to the 1770s, has long been rumored to be haunted. It was even featured on the TV show Ghost Hunters! Plan your visit at their
8. The Nutmeg Inn, Meredith
This hotel, built in 1763, is rumored to have once been a stop on the Underground Railroad. Now it's told that it's haunted by the spirit of a benevolent ghost staff know as Charlie, who plays some pranks but also helps with repairs. Visit the
Have you stayed in any of these haunted spots? Did you experience any paranormal activity? We’d love to hear about it in the comments.