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Dare to Explore Massachusetts's Most Haunted Outdoor Locations

There's something truly eerie about the woods at night. Illuminated only by the moon and the stars, and inhabited by wild creatures, ghosts, and spirits, what might be considered a relaxing walk through the woods during the day turns into a heart-pounding adventure once the sun sets. ##Region##'s Woods have been home to countless legends for ages - from folktales warning of evil spirits lurking behind the dark outlines of trees, to tales of innocent camping trips gone awry, the woods of ##Region## are well known to be home to spirits that are not of this world. Find out where ##Region##'s Most Haunted Woods are, and explore the eerie side of nature - if you dare.
 
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  •   Camp Titicut Bridgewater, MA
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    Camp Titicut was an old summertime campsite for Native Americans, complete with a burial ground, which is why many believe it is haunted. The grounds are said to be haunted by King Phillip, whose body reportedly was drawn and quartered here. Local tales say the sound of rustling leaves are his body parts trying to get back together. The area was a boys’ camp from the 1930s to 1950s,... Read More

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  •   Harold Parker State Forest North Andover, MA
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    This forest now features 35 miles of woodsy trails, swamps, ponds, roads and rocky outcroppings, but evidence of its 18th-century farming and milling operations may be seen here as well. Unmarked graves and ruins of houses can be seen on the grounds and some say that beyond the stone walls at around 3 AM, a strange green light can be seen, along with the sound of phantom foosteps. Read More

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  •   Blood Town Forest Lancaster, MA
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    Legend says that a young man and woman were camping in this forest when they were killed. There is said to be a rock near the entrance that tells the story, but this may or may not be true. Some believe the forest really got its name because the donor of the land in 1946 was named Arthur W. Blood. Another rumor states that Blood was a mentally unstable killer who hanged bodies from the... Read More

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  •   Van Horn Park Springfield, MA
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    Legend says that two boys died here after drowning in the pond sometime in the 1920s. Their spirits are said to linger the area. Park visitors in the summertime have reported hearing them laughing and splashing and seeing the water move, even though there was nothing visible making it move. Read More

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  •   Fort Revere Hull, MA
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    Fort Revere used to be known as Fort Independence but was renamed to honor patriot Paul Revere. It has been used from the American Revolution through World War II and had stopped being used in 1947. There have been a number of strange occurrences here, including whispers, unexplained sounds and shadowy figures that rush by or hangout in the doorways. Read More

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