New Hampshire loves to scream so please be our guest and click on the profiles for Halloween attractions in New Hampshire listed above.
New Hampshire has more haunted houses and some of the longest and scariest haunted attractions in America. Find all of the haunted houses throughout New Hampshire including Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Rochester, Rutland, Barre and Burlington here at www.HauntedHouseonline.com.
Here at Haunted House Online you can review and rate and or leave comments about each haunted house. If you visit a haunted house in New Hampshire please come back to our website to rate and review your favorite haunted houses in New Hampshire. Remember we feature 3 pages of haunted houses so please check all three pages of listings to find the best haunted houses in New Hampshire. Lastly, find haunted houses outside your area, travel to haunted houses in near by states, by clicking on states you might travel to find the scariest haunted houses not only in New Hampshire but throughout America. We have rated and reviewed some of the best haunted houses in America... read about all the best haunted houses by state following this link: http://www.hauntworld.com/americas_best_haunted_houses_halloween.cfm
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Hew Hampshire has many really scary haunted locations, ghost tours, real haunted houses and much more to explore throughout the state. There are some real haunted gravesited in New Hampshire as well. Starting with Hollis- Pine Cemetary or "Blood Cemetary" The nickname refers to the ghost who reportivly haunts the graveyard, Abel Blood. Urban legends claim occult connections to Abel Blood. However, history portrays him as a solid, very Christian and philanthropic member of the community. We have no reason to believe otherwise. It has paranormal activity as well as many reports of that dramatically “haunted” feeling.
Another haunting graveyard in New Hampshire is the Gilson Road Cemetary. The story is told that John Alford Tyng does not rest in peace. He’s pursued by the ghost of Judith Thompson. Tyng secretly married and murdered her, and then buried her in an unmarked grave. This true ghost story is one of several connected with the Tyng Mansion. Today the house is gone, but the site is marked with a sign and evidence of a foundation and front stairs.
NH has a rich history of ghost tours, haunted houses, paranormal, ghost hunting, and much more. Find haunted houses and attractions all through New Hampshire here at www.HauntedHouseOnline.com