Amos J. Blake House Museum

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This 1837 house museum is visited by a ghostly cat that appears as a misty ball of fuzz, an apparition of a young boy, objects that move by themselves, and strange voices and sounds, like that of sleigh bells. Some visitors have experienced uneasiness and even nausea inside the house.

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Geographic Information

Address:
66 Route 119
Fitzwilliam, NH
United States

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GPS:
42.7730269, -72.15136039999999
County:
Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Fitzwilliam, NH (0.7 mi.)
Troy, NH (3.8 mi.)
Richmond, NH (6.2 mi.)
Royalston, MA (6.8 mi.)
Jaffrey, NH (7.1 mi.)
Rindge, NH (7.3 mi.)
Winchendon, MA (8.1 mi.)
Swanzey, NH (9.4 mi.)
Marlborough, NH (9.5 mi.)
Dublin, NH (10.3 mi.)

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  1. i actually lived in fitzwilliam when the ghost hunters was filmed, and as i drove to school by bus, i saw an apparition of a young boy in the window!

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