Benson Road Cemetery

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This cemetery dates back to the 1700’s mostly of the Ballou family.

Strange light anomaly along with evps. Also captured a fully body apparition on trailcam placed in the open underground crypt. This road is off route 119 then onto fish hatchery road where benson road is on the right. VERY ROUGH ROCKY AND UNPAVED ROAD. Recommend 4 wheel truck.

(Submitted by David Currier)

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Geographic Information

Benson Road
Richmond, NH
United States

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42.78099937149038, -72.24809977418772
Cheshire County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Richmond, NH (2.2 mi.)
Troy, NH (4.5 mi.)
Fitzwilliam, NH (5.4 mi.)
Swanzey, NH (6.4 mi.)
Winchester, NH (6.9 mi.)
West Swanzey, NH (7.2 mi.)
Royalston, MA (7.8 mi.)
Warwick, MA (8.2 mi.)
Marlborough, NH (8.8 mi.)
Keene, NH (10.7 mi.)


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