Recap: New Hampshire and Halloween

Antique Halloween cardSince 2006 I’ve been sharing tidbits relating to Halloween and New Hampshire.  During that time I’ve written some pretty bad poetry, and shared some pretty good prose.  You may have read my stories about New Hampshire’s many ghosts, real or imagined, that haunt this fair state.  You don’t have to believe them for the stories to be true.

I already wrote my traditional Halloween blog post, so this one is simply a recap of some you may have missed.

 GOOD POETRY
Ghost House, by Robert Frost (1906)
Poem: The Ghost of Abel Law
BAD POETRY
Poem: A New Hampshire Political Brew

ORIGIN OF HALLOWEEN
New Hampshire’s Witches Night of 1879

CUSTOMS AND GAMES
New Hampshire Customs and Games for Halloween in 1916

NEW HAMPSHIRE HAUNTINGS & HAUNTED PLACES
Old Haunted Houses Reported in New Hampshire Newspapers
New Hampshire’s Haunted Halloween History
A White Mountain Ghost Story
The Ghost of Mt. Washington Hotel
Bath New Hampshire: The Haunted Hibbard House
Francestown New Hampshire: Is Haunted Lake Haunted?
New Hampshire Glossary: Lithobolia–The Stone Throwing Devil
The Strange Haunting of Mt. Moosilaukee
Palace Theater Hosts Ghosts

CREEPY STUFF
New Hampshire Body Snatching
New Hampshire’s ‘Lakawaka’ — Terror of the Isles of Shoals
Isles of Shoals: Miss Underhill’s Chair

 

 

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