Haunted Places

Metropolitan State Hospital, Waltham, Massachusetts (Haunted Place)

Metropolitan State Hospital 475 Trapelo Road Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 Website: www. metroppolitanstatehospital. com T’he Metropolitan State Hospital on the Waltham/Lexington line is one of several buildings designed and built by the late Dr. Thomas Kirkbride. Originally opened as a state-run mental asylum in 1930, the massive 490 acres of property has served many purposes since […]

Session House, Northampton, Massachusetts (Haunted Place)

Session House on the Campus of Smith College 109 Elm Street Northampton, Massachusetts 01063 Website : www.smith.edu/sao/reslife/ houses/sessions.php The Session House dormitory is said to be haunted by two college students who died in a dark passage, two small children accidentally killed by their nervous mother, and two lovers whose doomed romance was never meant […]

The Charlesgate Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts (Haunted Place)

The Charlesgate Hotel 4 Charlesgate East Boston, Massachusetts 02116 If only half of the stories about the old Charlesgate Hotel in Kenmore Square were true, it would still be one of the most haunted locations in Boston. The building has seen the best and worst for the past hundred years, and its history represents the […]

Windham Restaurant, Windham, New Hampshire (Haunted Place)

New Hampshire Windham Restaurant 59 Range Road Windham, New Hampshire 03087 Tel: 1 (603) 870-9270 Website : www. windhamrestaurant. com The sign over the door of the Windham Restaurant says “Food & Spirits,” and that may be truer than you think! The restaurant is located in an old house built around 1812 by the Dinsmore […]

Stone’s Public House, Ashland, Massachusetts (Haunted Place)

Stone’s Public House 179 Main Street Ashland, Massachusetts 01721 Tel: 1 (508) 881-1778 Website: www.stonespublichouse.com Built in 1832 by Captain John Stone, this public house has been an inn, a restaurant, a stop on the Underground Railroad, and a regular visiting place for the ghosts of John Stone, a traveling salesman who Stone accidentally killed, […]

The Country Tavern, Nashua, New Hampshire (Haunted Place)

The Country Tavern 452 Amherst Street Nashua, New Hampshire 03063 Tel: 1 (603) 889-5871 Website: www.countrytavern.org When you sit down to dinner at the Country Tavern, you can expect a wonderful entree, a completely original soup, and a good ghost story. The owners are not afraid of their resident spirit; they advertise her on their […]

America’s Stonehenge, Salem, New Hampshire (Haunted Place)

America’s Stonehenge aka Mystery Hill 105 Haverhill Road Salem, New Hampshire, 03079 Tel: 1 (603) 893-8300 Website: www.stonehengeusa.com America’s Stonehenge has always been shrouded in mystery (hence the pseudonym Mystery Hill). Located deep in the woods of Salem, New Hampshire, this 4,000-year-old megalith site is a maze of stonewalls and trails punctuated with stone chambers. […]

Sprague Mansion, Cranston, Rhode Island (Haunted Place)

Sprague Mansion 1351 Cranston Street Cranston, Rhode Island 02920 Tel: 1 (401) 944-9226 Website: www. cranstonhistoricalsociety. org What, or who, is haunting Sprague Mansion? For many years, this large and stately mansion, now the home of the Cranston Historical Society, has had a reputation for being plagued by unexplained phenomena. Many visitors have reported hearing […]

Great Swamp Massacre Site, South County, Rhode Island (Haunted Place)

The Great Swamp Massacre Site The site is on Route 2, just south of the Route 138 and Route 2 Rotary South County, Rhode Island On a cold December morning in 1675, a large, heavily armed contingent of Colonial militia and regular British troops slipped silently through the morning mists toward a waking native encampment. […]

Nine Men’s Misery Memorial, Cumberland, Rhode Island (Haunted Place)

Rhode Island Nine Men’s Misery Memorial Diamond Hill Road Cumberland, Rhode Island The emotional and psychic impression left behind when opposite forces clash in mortal battle is one that usually well outlasts the memory of the actual event. The now-silent forests and meadows of Southern New England are no different. Cultural differences, personal tensions, and […]