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Blood Town Forest - Lancaster MA Real Haunted Place

   
  • Brockelman Road
  • Lancaster, MA
  • (978) 365-3326
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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 trees all throughout the forest. Screams and phantoms have been reported here, coming from the woods.
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  • The stories are real and so are the spirits at Blood Forest

    I went there in the early 1970s with two friend in the late afternoon and thouugh not expecting anything. I had heard the rumors about screams and sights from others but wanted to see it for myself. I do have abilities to see the spirits but when my friends didn't see the bloody limbs in some trees a ways in, I didn't say anything to them but waited to see something else. I heard muffled voices talking around me in the area of the old home of Mr. Blood. I don't know if there are any structures or remains of a building. I talked to a girl who was a descendant of Mr. Blood, and she told me he didnt' kill anyone and the spirits are most likely people who were killed by the native americans in the 1700's. I saw a girl in the house on Goss Lane where I lived for 10 years. The girl was dressed in pilgrim clothing and she was in color right in front of me in the basement. I found out that the mary rowlandson kidnappers walked them right in the same path from their garrison on Main St next to the yellow symphony building in 1676 to the top of the hill where the blue water tower is, I got this information from the actual book written by her in 1710. Other people live in the house now and they see ghost people walking across the basement since that was the land itself that they were on in life. They agree that there is a portal that the spirits are following a path. My grandson and son both saw a dark shadow man run in between the three of us during the day. My grandson was about 6 and several times before that he ran scared from his room to the living room saying the shadow man was scaring him. That day I was in the kitchen and he yelled the shadow man! I ran to the living room just as the shadow ran and passed right in between my son and grandson and me. I saw that he was a local native brave and I could feel the rage as he ran by. It never happened again and the shadow man was gone. It was energy from the battles that happened there. Just two streets away was a fort with about 10 families that was attacked and burned down where the south lancaster post office is today. The first trading post or trucking post was located at Goss Lane near the intersection of George Hill Road. There is another history marker at the spot where in 1710 10 people were massacred by the native tribes. A lot of blood shed leave a lot of imprints. I read several books with historical facts to back it all up, A woman named Annette Morris was a historian in Lancaster and the library has a lot of her documentation.

    Posted 4/1/21

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