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 place in New Hampshire is so utterly terrifying. These hotels are all reportedly haunted – are you brave enough to spend the night? Go ahead and book your stay at one of these haunted hotels in New Hampshire… if you dare.
Have you stayed in any of these haunted hotels in New Hampshire? Did you experience any paranormal activity? We’d love to hear about it in the comments!
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Haunted Hotels In New Hampshire
What are some real haunted New Hampshire hotels?
New Hampshire is one of the most haunted states in the country, we think, thanks to its age and history. We have some favorite haunted hotels in New Hampshire, like the Beal House Inn in Littleton. It was built back in 1833, and it’s home to lots of things that go bump in the night! Speaking of haunted hotels in New Hampshire, there’s also the Hotel Portsmouth (in Portsmouth), which is a 135+-year-old mansion with lots of spooky history, and the Three Chimneys Inn in Durham is also said to be quite the haunted place!
What is the most haunted hotel in New Hampshire?
So of all the haunted hotels in New Hampshire, which is the most haunted? We’d have to go with the Hotel Portsmouth. Once upon a time, it was known as the Sise Inn, and it was renovated in 2014 – and you know what happens when old buildings get renovated sometimes. It also used to be a doctor’s office – where presumably, some patients died – and it even spent some time as a halfway house for mentally ill patients attempting to re-integrate into society after a stay in the local hospital. If you really want to experience something spooky at the most haunted hotel in New Hampshire, be sure to request Suite 204, if you dare. One spirit seems to enjoy throwing ice from the ice machine at guests. Another seems to like locking guests out of their rooms. There’s even one spirit that’s thought to randomly grab women’s bottoms!
Where are some of the most haunted places in New Hampshire?
The Granite State is full of ghosts. Let’s list a few of the most notorious! In Portsmouth, other than the aforementioned spots, there are also haunted places like The Chase House, on Middle Road, and the old Mark H. Wentworth House for the Chronically Invalid (as it was once called) is a hotbed for paranormal activity as well. The Town Hall building in Alton is said to be haunted, as is the Amos J. Blake House Museum in Fitzwilliam. There are numerous haunted cemeteries in New Hampshire, and even a few ghost towns of New Hampshire, too. Where will you visit next?