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Creepy New Hampshire Cemeteries
The Gibson Road Cemetery – Nashua
Known by many to be one of the most fascinating yet unsettling cemeteries in all of New England, the Gibson Road Cemetery has graves as old as the 17th century and has become a hotspot for paranormal research. The Gibson Road area is also reportedly the site of many bloody, vicious battles between various Native American tribes. Visitors to the cemetery have reported seeing unexplainable flickering lights and bizarre anomalies that show up in photographs taken at the cemetery. Paranormal investigators who have studied the cemetery say it is home to several paranormal energy fields and unlike most allegedly haunted cemeteries, the Gibson Road Cemetery is said to be haunted by the ghosts of its inhabitants day and night.
Old Center Cemetery – Andover
Ghostly stories and alleged frightening apparitions have stemmed from this haunted cemetery for years. From afar, the Old Center Cemetery looks like any other cemetery in New Hampshire, with its weathered headstones, white-gated entrance, and traditional New England rock wall lining its borders. But once inside, visitors have reported feeling something much more sinister and menacing.
Much of the ground at the cemetery is composed of very fine sand that, over the years, has caused the old headstones to tilt haphazardly in various directions. As you walk around the cemetery, you may find yourself slowly sinking into the graves. If you sink more than a couple of inches, you may not be able to extract yourself from the grip of this creepy cemetery.
Perhaps the most famous story about the Old Center Cemetery is the ghost of the waving woman. Several witnesses have reported seeing a flickering, ghostly apparition of woman with long hair who can only be seen if you are standing outside the cemetery walls. She seems to wave witnesses towards the graveyard and always appears in the same corner. Appearing only at night, she disappears as soon as you step inside the cemetery.
Pine Hill Cemetery (a.k.a. Blood Cemetery) - Hollis
Rumor has it during the 1970’s, teenagers reported seeing the ghost Mary Blood in their rear view mirror when they slammed on their brakes as they passed the cemetery, causing skid marks on the street. Others claim the marks came about from cars skidding to avoid the spirit of a young child who jumped in front of motorists passing the cemetery.
Other reports include an engraving of a hand on one particular headstone that would point up during the day but point down at night. Supposedly the hand also leaks a strange brownish liquid. The headstone has since been replaced the Pine Hill Cemetery continues to be one of the creepiest and supposedly haunted cemeteries in all of New Hampshire.