Family-friendly Halloween celebrations hosted by towns and trick-or-treat times for 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!
Find out why graveyards are much more than burial spots.
It gives the catchphrase "food and spirits" a whole new meaning.
Six people — victims of the 1792 smallpox epidemic — are buried together in a once-remote pasture in Jaffrey.
Check out these creepy short stories that arrive just in time for Halloween.
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?
Want to get creeped out on Halloween? No problem - NH is full of haunted places.
Exploring New Hampshire's haunted places and people
Fiona Broome is many things - prolific author, popular public speaker, award-winning artist, Mensa member, Celtic historian, faerie expert and believer in parallel realities. But most of all, she's recognized for her work as a paranormal researcher, particularly as a ghost hunter.