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Review of "Wicked Cruel" by Rich Wallace

Check out these creepy short stories that arrive just in time for Halloween.

A Fall Foliage Weekend in the Monadnock Region

October seemed the perfect time to drive the back roads of the Monadnock Region, with maple trees in full color and local artists opening their studios for the weekend.

Halloween Events and Haunted Houses in New Hampshire

Whether you're looking to dance the night away in costume, want to find thrills and chills or need something a little less scary for children, we've got the Halloween event for you!

Early Fall Trip to Franconia, NH

The foliage has begun to turn and we head north to the White Mountains for an early September preview, in the lovely lull between summer and leaf-peepers.

Where to Find Ghosts, Ghouls and Scares in the Granite State

NH is haunted by everything from a love-struck pirate and mischievous children to malevolent spirits in cemeteries and mill workers who perished in fires. Do you dare visit a few?

Spooky Stuff: Blood Cemetery

Want to get creeped out on Halloween? No problem - NH is full of haunted places.

A Different Take: Samhain

For pagans, it's not trick-or-treat - it's Samhain. This annual event in Peterborough is open to all.

Autumn Idyll

For leaf peeping, it's hard to find a more perfect setting than the tidy villages and lakes to reflect the colors in the Monadnock Region. And it's the best time of year to climb that iconic mountain.

New Hampshire's Most Haunted Places

Exploring New Hampshire's haunted places and people

Cider Bellies Doughnuts

Cider Bellies' doughnuts are now available every week, but there's no better time to bite into one of these treats than during the cool fall months when apples are in season.

Blaze of Glory: A Fall Guide to Military History

In "Blaze of Glory" John Clayton takes you on a fall foliage tour of our state's military history from the French and Indian War to the War on Terror.

The Zen of Foliage

Looking for inspiration for your poetry or writing? Look no further than New Hampshire's fall foliage.
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