Family-friendly Halloween celebrations hosted by towns and trick-or-treat times for New Hampshire.
Halloween and Haunted NH
Fritz Wetherbee shared three creepy local stories guaranteed to inspire some Halloween chills. His spooky tales were then turned into short comics illustrated by students from the New Hampshire Institute of Art.
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?
This tour of historical and beautiful graveyards from around the state combines the spirit of the Halloween season with some of the best places to view fall foliage.
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!
Where better the celebrate Halloween than at a creepy staircase in Chesterfield, NH?
Fear led our primitive ancestors to hide in caves and build fires to keep their nightmares at bay. Today, we leave our caves and home fires and even pay good money just to get a taste of that primal sense of terror. Here, just in time for Halloween, is a guided tour of two of the state’s finest horror dispensaries.
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.