New Hampshire February 06, 2017
We Checked Out The 8 Most Terrifying Places In New Hampshire And They’re Horrifying
Everyone loves a good fright now and then, and luckily in a place as old and rural as New Hampshire there are bound to be plenty of creepy places just waiting to be explored. From haunted restaurants to abandoned towns, these 8 terrifying New Hampshire places will raise the hairs on the back or your neck and have you leaving the lights on!
The Haunted Cemeteries
From a grave in Portsmouth that glows at night to a finger in Hollis that points from Heaven to Hell, these seven cemeteries are NOT somewhere you want to visit after dark.
New Hampshire's Most Mysterious Site
No one is quite sure who created the America's Stonehenge site in Salem, but whether is was Vikings thousands of years ago or crooked Bootleggers during the prohibition the stone structure and sacrificial table are enough to make us want to stay away!
The State's Spookiest Ghost Towns
From Monson Center in Milford to Livermore in the White Mountain National Forest, these towns may have been abandoned, but some spirits never left.
The Creepiest Houses In The Granite State
This house in Pittsburg is just one abandoned home in New Hampshire filled with things that we would rather not know about!
This Abandoned Tunnel Full of Bats
As if this abandoned mine in Lyman wasn't freaky enough, the fact that it is full of bats is enough to send it over the edge.
New Hampshire's Most Haunted Restaurant
An illegitimate child, a missing husband and a brutal murder are all part of the story of this New Hampshire tavern.
The Island Where Two Women Were Brutally Murdered
It's been nearly 150 years since two women were brutally murdered on Smuttynose Island, but the small island is still associated with their gruesome slaughter.
New Hampshire's Most Haunted Hike
Are you brave enough to hike through an abandoned town in the middle of the woods?
Are you brave enough to visit them all?