This New Hampshire Hotel Is Among The Most Haunted Places In The Nation
By Michelle|Published October 02, 2020
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No matter the time of year, we’re always up for hearing a spooky tale about an allegedly haunted place! Lucky for us there are quite a few right here in New Hampshire. And you can find them all over the place. From entire towns to islands to cabins high in the mountains, if you’re looking for a scare there are plenty to be had. Including at this inn with a very creepy past.
The Tilton Inn is open throughout the year. You can learn more about it, its history, and even book yourself a room by visiting their website. And be sure to follow them on Facebook. You can reach them on 603-286-7774.